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The regulation, Number 22, is a result of legislation passed in 2019 to require the commission to adopt rules by June 1. The AQCC proposed to require emissions reporting for industrial solid waste landfills and wastewater treatment facilities, distribution companies for natural gas, underground coal mines, and importers or exporters of liquid fossil fuels. Continue Reading

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The toolkit from the Colorado Department of Agriculture and the Department of Human Services includes a graphic that proclaims, “I was supposed to be a rock, but inside I was crumbling.” It advises farmers and ranchers that “you don’t have to go through it alone,” and provides the number for Colorado Crisis Services: 844-493-TALK. Continue Reading

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Facilities housing seniors “have been the epicenter of both outbreaks and deaths in Colorado and across the country,” reads the letter, organized by U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse, to agency Administrator Peter T. Gaynor. “COVID-19 linked deaths in Colorado’s senior living facilities continue to be the single largest contributor to COVID-19 fatalities in our state, representing approximately 61% of total deaths.” Continue Reading

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Timothy Williams, according to his lawsuit, worked for the sheriff’s office between 2002 and 2016. The Gazette reported that he clashed with Sheriff Bill Elder after he served on a conduct review board for a deputy and alleged that the office “conspired to cover up” the misbehavior. Williams alleged that Elder became enraged with him over the outcome of the disciplinary proceedings.

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