DENVER–The pro-fracking documentary FrackNation has received mostly positive reviews since its release last week, but so far there’s been no public comment from Joshua Fox.
DENVER– A bill sponsored by state Sen. Greg Brophy (R-Wray) to allow parents to drink in public with their children, ages 18 – 20, was roasted instead of toasted Wednesday by the Senate State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee.
The bill is “extending to responsible parents the ability to show their kids how to enjoy an adult beverage in a public setting,” said Brophy, who added the concept originated from conversations with constituents. Read more »
When it comes to attacking Secretary of State Scott Gessler, clearly no price is too high for Colorado Democrats.
A push by state Sen. Lois Tochtrop (D-Thornton) to conduct a state audit of Gessler’s office finances failed on a party-line 4-4 vote Tuesday in the Senate Audit Committee. Read more »
DENVER–Anyone listening to April Beach’s harrowing description of her family’s health problems might be tempted to introduce her to a good personal-injury lawyer.
A founder of the anti-fracking group Erie Rising, Beach says that she has suffered from the following since hydraulic fracturing began in her community: a spinal lesion, memory loss, headaches, migraines, an allergy to alcohol, body aches, weakness, acid reflux, itching, dizziness, new asthma symptoms, lethargy, and abdominal pain. Read more »
WASHINGTON — Both President Obama and a bipartisan group of senators have proposed overhauls of the nation’s illegal immigration laws in recent days. Both proposals were short on details, and elicited a variety of responses from Colorado’s four GOP congressmen. Read more »