Gov. John Hickenlooper also made it clear he opposes both oil and gas measures that could be on the ballot this November.
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District RE-3J has a bus driver shortage, driven in part because schools had trouble competing with high-paying, private-sector companies for drivers with a CDL license.
The Secretary of the Interior was making an appearance at a private event sponsored by the conservative Steamboat Institute’s Freedom Conference.
The San Francisco-based bank recently made it known that it would no longer be doing business with companies whose main activity is tied to oil and gas from shale or tar sands.
Most of the new information in the amended complaint comes from a whistleblower only identified as “Former Employee 7.”
Colorado Rising, Protect Colorado and the Colorado Farm Bureau are all seeking measures on the November 2018 ballot.
Jack Gerard of the American Petroleum Institute said he hopes the tensions between the U.S. and Europe will ease during a round table in Denver on Thursday.
Some people call it harassment. Others say it’s fair game under the First Amendment.
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