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Category: Government :: Colorado
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Soapbox 19.3.2009 Durango Telegraph
2009-03-19
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Quick 'n' Dirty 19.3.2009 Durango Telegraph
2009-03-19
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Panel votes down well-fee increase well-fee increase 18.3.2009 Durango Herald
DENVER - Rural lawmakers beat back several fee increases for water users Tuesday, leaving state water administrators $2.5 million short next year.
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Group seeks larger lynx designation 15.3.2009 Durango Herald
An alliance of environmental groups trying to add the southern Rocky Mountain region to the list of Canada lynx habitats has threatened legal action against the federal government if the region isn't designated a legally and biologically critical habitat by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
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More units nominated 15.3.2009 Denver Post: Outdoors
Add five more big-game management units to the list that landowner and outfitter groups want to add to Colorado's lineup for limited elk licenses.
Meyers: Equation — Fewer hunters = less success 15.3.2009 Denver Post: Outdoors
So, what went wrong? And what will make it right?
Stimulus energizes efforts to cut needy's utility bills 14.3.2009 Denver Post: Business
Patrice Adetula often turns on her electric stove to warm up her condo in southwest Denver. ...
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Colo. oil, gas rules getting regional attention 12.3.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
DENVER » Wildlife advocates in the Rockies who want a balance between protecting wildlife and energy development are watching as Colorado considers rules mandating that balance.
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GOP Rep: Fire oil and gas rules bosses 12.3.2009 PoliticsWest.com Everything

In protest of new state rules on oil and gas drilling that he says will hurt the industry at a time when people can’t afford to be out of work, a Republican lawmaker has called for Gov. Bill Ritter to put the people in charge of the commission that wrote the rules out of work.


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Baumgardner expects House to amend oil and gas regulations 11.3.2009 Steamboat Pilot

State Rep. Randy Baumgard­ner, R-Hot Sulphur Springs, said there likely will be several “substantive” changes to Colorado’s new oil and gas regulations before the House ap­­proves them later this week.

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Colorado company converts engines 8.3.2009 Durango Herald
LONGMONT (AP) - Luc Nadeau turned the ignition of his green 1995 Geo Metro. But instead of the roar of gas engine, only the sound of buzzing electrical wires could be heard.He shifted the car into second gear, and off he went.
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Panel OKs gas and oil regulations 8.3.2009 Durango Herald
DENVER - A legislative panel approved almost every new rule of the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission on Friday evening.
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Cherry Creek under scrutiny 8.3.2009 Denver Post: Outdoors
Angling and conservation groups have sounded an alarm concerning a 10 a.m. Tuesday meeting of the Cherry Creek Basin Water Quality Authority.
Duo picked for wildlife work 8.3.2009 Denver Post: Outdoors
Kenneth M. "Mark" Smith and John W. Singletary, both with strong ties to wildlife and agriculture, have been named to the Colorado Wildlife Commission by Gov. Bill Ritter.
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Earmark-laden bill a line in the sand for pork-barrel politics 7.3.2009 Tucson Citizen
The Senate is getting ready to pass a giant spending bill stuffed with congressional pet projects that critics decry as unnecessary pork.
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Senate panel OKs changes to Habitat Stamp 6.3.2009 Durango Herald
DENVER - A 3-year-old program has largely failed to get nonhunters to pay for wildlife conservation, senators said Thursday.Democratic Sens. Jim Isgar and Dan Gibbs are proposing changes to the Habitat Stamp program through Senate Bill 235, calling the program an overall success that needs a few changes.
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One-day rally wiped out 6.3.2009 Denver Post: Business
Investors retreated from Wall Street again, driven by worries about the nation's big banks and General Motors. ...
It's a new day at wildlife area 6.3.2009 Steamboat Pilot
The Chuck Lewis State Wild­life Area just became a more attractive destination for outdoors enthusiasts. Crews lifted a 120-foot-long steel pedestrian bridge spanning the Yampa River onto its concrete footers Thursday.
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Isgar pulls gas and oil bill on COGCC rules 5.3.2009 Durango Herald
DENVER - Sen. Jim Isgar may have some reservations about the proposed gas and oil regulations, but he cleared a path for the final battle over the rules by killing his own bill in the Legislature.
South Platte saviors 4.3.2009 Denver Post: Outdoors
The pulse grows stronger with each new season, both beneath the water and in the hearts of the anglers for whom this river is the near equivalent of life.
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