Legislators kill bill to increase fines for spills

DENVER — Though most of the controversial measures had already gone through the Colorado Legislature, lawmakers saved one for last on the final day of the 2013 session on…




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Frackenlooper gets to sign an executive order making him look reasonable, when his administration lobbied against this and all O&G rules from day one. He is way too close to the industry and forgets that he was elected by Democrats.

It would do little to keep the industry responsible.  The parachute incident is a perfect example.  Fine them all you want but once the water supply is fouled there is no bringing it back regardless of how much the fine might be.

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