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The EPA declaration means Colorado will need to submit a plan that demonstrates how the Denver metro will achieve the air quality standards under the Clean Air Act. Crucially, the federal law requires the region to sell "reformulated gasoline" within a year of the "severe reclassification." Continue Reading

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“I am thrilled to welcome the newest cohort of Governor’s Fellows through the continued partnership between CiviCO and the Colorado Governor’s Office," Gov. Jared Polis said in a news release. "These fellows will gain valuable experience from this program and go on to help ensure Colorado is the best place to live, work and run or start a business.”   Continue Reading

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Future agricultural producers on Tuesday showed off their livestock — and their ability to make the sale — in hopes of finding willing bidders from business leaders, elected officials, political insiders and others at the Junior Livestock Sale at the Colorado State Fair. Continue Reading

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Born in the mid-1980s when the auction was in danger of being canceled because no one was bidding on the champion animals raised by 4-H and Future Farmers of America youth, Rustlers soon inspired competing civic-minded groups from throughout the state, which have together raised more than $12 million to help young Coloradans pursue careers in agriculture. Continue Reading

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Several of Colorado's water experts on Thursday noted that the federal government's plan for tackling dwindling Colorado River reservoirs is "light" on the next steps but that the river's condition also offers opportunities to boost resiliency among Western states. Continue Reading

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Timothy O’Brien, who has served Denver Auditor since 2015, stands out from his predecessors because he is a certified accountant, a chartered financial analyst and a chartered global management accountant. He also served as the Colorado state auditor for nearly dozen years.   Continue Reading

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High summertime levels of ozone in Denver metro and the North Front Range may soon trigger higher costs for gasoline and other products and more restrictions on emissions of ozone-creating precursor compounds from industries, according to a new draft report from the metropolitan's air quality planning agency. Continue Reading

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Retired Pueblo County Chief District Court Judge Dennis Maes: “It is my belief that the Boatright court lost its way concerning this sad and embarrassing moment in the history of the Colorado Supreme Court when it disregarded and disrespected long established principles, rules, processes and ethical considerations that judges take an oath to obey.” Continue Reading

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Seven years into a 35-year effort, the Colorado Water Conservation Board has updated the state's plan for its water. Water advocates, while hopeful for Colorado's water future, continue to raise the question that has dogged the plan since the beginning: How to pay for it.  Continue Reading

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“Frankly, last month’s Bruen decision gave gun rights organizations a 4-ton wrecking ball to dismantle gun laws that we have known to be unconstitutional since their conception,” Taylor Rhodes said. “If you think this stops in the small town of Superior, you are mistaken; this has the potential to hold much broader implications." Continue Reading