By Ashe Schow | 11/11/13 02:47 PM
Another round of Department of Energy grants have been awarded with the lion's share of the tax dollars going to firms that donated heavily to Democrats. The latest grants support research for carbon capture technology, which is supposed to reduce greenhouse gas pollution but is currently too...
By Ivan Moreno | 11/11/13 01:30 PM
DENVER — The nation's newest state, if rural Colorado residents had their way, would be about the size of Vermont but with the population of a small town spread across miles of farmland. There wouldn't be civil unions for gay couples, new renewable energy standards, or limits on ammunition...
By Zack Colman | 11/07/13 03:37 PM
Coming off fresh victories in three Colorado cities — and nearly a fourth — anti-hydraulic fracturing activists in the Rocky Mountain State are looking toward a potential statewide referendum on whether to ban the drilling method. "Everything is on the table," said Sam Schabacker, Mountain...
By Editorial Writer | 11/06/13 06:59 PM
Among the winners of Tuesday's elections were fear and paranoia. In four cities in Ohio and Colorado, voters were persuaded by Big Green scare tactics to ban a safe and environmentally friendly technology that is making America energy independent. Measures banning the natural gas extraction...
By Charlie Spiering | 11/04/13 03:56 PM
Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler wants to be the state's next governor, but first he has to convince fellow Republicans that he is the conservative choice who can win in Colorado. His biggest challenge will be facing former Rep. Tom Tancredo, R-Colo., one of the most influential and...
11/04/13 02:41 PM
(www.inewsnetwork.org) Voters in 11 Colorado counties will go to the polls tomorrow to decide whether they want to pursue secession from the state. Ten of those counties, including Weld, are in the northeast corner of the state and the plan there is to form a new state of North Colorado, while [...]
11/03/13 09:30 PM
(www.nytimes.com) Voters on Tuesday will be asked to approve a plan to raise $1 billion in additional taxes.
10/31/13 09:19 AM
(www.denverpost.com) A federal proposal to limit greenhouse-gas emissions from coal-fired power plants touched off an avalanche of testimony at a Wednesday hearing in Denver.
By Associated Press | 10/29/13 01:18 PM
DENVER (AP) — Colorado's state-run health exchange has been largely free of the headaches seen on the federally run shopping portal. But some exchange overseers say enrollments should be picking up at a faster pace. State health insurance exchange officials said Monday they have 3,164...
By Ron Arnold | 10/28/13 07:32 PM
Second of two parts. See Part One here. Another salvo was fired last week in the Great Colorado Fracking Netwar. It was a TV buy of anti-fracking attack ads by a phantom “engagement center” unknown to the Internal Revenue Service, led by a political flack and funded by an obscure...
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