Colorado's U.S. senators co-sponsored a bill that would guarantee funding for the Land and Water Conservation Fund.

No surprise there as the LWCF takes government revenues from offshore drilling and uses them to preserve and protect outdoor spaces. In a state renowned for its love of the outdoors, it's a political no-brainer to support a funding mechanism that expands access and enjoyment of recreation in this state.

Read more at The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel.

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