Democrats’ eagerness to fulfill agenda led to exhausting session

By Charles Ashby When the Democrats took control of the Colorado Legislature after the 2004 elections, a lot of those then-freshmen lawmakers wanted to waste no time reversing many of the…




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Charles, sounds like you need a vacation! Re: that methane bill, there is a difference between the front range environmental community and those of us on the Western Slope—especially those living in the North Fork area, who have been concerned about methane capture for quite a while. They asked Senator Schwartz to find a way to make their air safer, but the front range was scared to death that renewable standards would be compromised and threw the western slope under the bus.

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