Comments by Colorado House Speaker KC Becker confirm that oil and gas companies, pleased after voters killed setback rule, will be in crosshairs of Democratic majority
Colorado expands buffer zone between schools, oil-gas wells to 1,000 feet following Proposition 112’s failureBy The Associated Press Energy Primary category in which blog post is published
Proposition 112 fails, but big vote total signals oil and gas setbacks will be headed to the Colorado capitolBy Mark Jaffe Energy Primary category in which blog post is published
Oil and gas companies dominate the corporate spending and they are focused on two major ballot questions involving drilling.
The two candidates are presenting different visions and staking out contrasting positions on the major issues.
A look at the claims in TV ads about oil and gas setbacks and transportation spending
The 6th Congressional District TV ad battle is one of the nation’s most expensive; spending in Colorado attorney general’s race ramps up
Meanwhile, the race to become Colorado's next governor, Republican Walker Stapleton is getting a helping hand from outside groups
Jared Polis nears $20M mark in governor’s race self-funding; oil and gas spending on initiatives tops $34M
Also: Democratic candidates continue to outpace their Republican opponents in key state Senate contests
After GOP group pulls ads for Mike Coffman, Democratic group cancels some of its spots for Jason Crow
TV ad spending in Colorado shows national gamesmanship as Democrats and Republicans battle for U.S. House
History, common law, suggest Crestone, North 8 have the right to frack on land owned by Boulder County or covered by conservation easements
“It is going to be very messy”: Opposing oil and gas ballot measures respond to Colorado’s contentious drilling climate
One would set back rigs 2,500 feet from homes and natural features, another would allow property owners to be compensated if value was reduced; critics say either one would be disastrous if passed