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Susan Fakharzadeh: "When people outside of the natural gas and oil industry think of the products we deliver, gasoline and barrels of oil immediately come to mind. But for those of us who work in this business every day, we find our community service, opportunities, and innovations to be among our industry’s most important outcomes to the communities we serve." Continue Reading

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Nicholas Monck: "After Democrats regained control of the U.S. House of Representatives in 2018, the For the People Act was the very first piece of legislation proposed in the 116th Congress. H.R. 1, as it came to be known, promised to make it easier for Americans to vote, get dark money out of politics, and bring an end to political gerrymandering. As the Colorado General Assembly resumes its legislative session this week, a Colorado H.R. 1 should be part of the state’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic." Continue Reading

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Troy Hill: "While the supply chain may have bent at the beginning of this crisis, it did not break — and that wasn’t luck. Rather, it was due to the dedication, hard work and coordination of many trucking companies, truck drivers, mechanics, dockworkers, dispatchers, regulatory and other support personnel who met the challenge head-on and rose above the usual call of duty when the nation needed them the most." Continue Reading

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Luke Ragland: "Acts of generosity, compassion, ingenuity and old-fashioned kindness have become more commonplace in this strange new reality we find ourselves living in. This pandemic and economic crisis are enormous human tragedies. But it’s clear that the virus isn’t sapping the people of Colorado or this nation of their basic decency. If anything, the events of the last month have made the angels in our nature soar a little higher." Continue Reading

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Frank McNulty: "In some years, the state receives money from taxes, fees and other sources so that revenues exceed the TABOR cap. In years like this, the state of Colorado is obligated, by our state Constitution, to return the excess money to taxpayers. While there are a few different ways the state refunds the excess money to taxpayers, the key point is that the money is returned to seniors, families and small businesses and is not spent by the state." Continue Reading