In “What’d I Miss?” Myra wonders why some things covered in the Constitution — like speech — can be regulated while some folks think others — like guns — can’t.
With 3D-printed guns a reality, Myra wonders in “What’d I Miss?” what’s so threatening about simply regulating firearms like society regulates other things.
At October’s Air Quality Control Commission monthly meeting, staff from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment presented its report on the 2021 ozone season. If you lived anywhere along the Front Range during this past summer, you can probably guess what the report said. To no one’s surprise, it was the worst ozone […]
Several years ago, I asked an associate what kept him up at night as a businessperson. He replied that it was not his competition or securing and retaining good staff, nor even the rising costs of doing business, but rather increasing and complex government regulations, where a simple misunderstanding or lack of awareness could lead […]
More cartoons from The Colorado Sun.
Colorado air-quality regulators have approved tougher statewide oil and gas regulations ending a disparity between areas in western Colorado. The state Air Quality Control Commission approved changes Thursday that would make regulations uniform statewide after hearing opinions from residents and industry officials last week, The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel reported Thursday. The regulations would require more frequent […]
I am a mother. I am a Coloradan. I am an Army veteran. I am a registered Democrat. I care deeply about public health and safety. I am an environmentalist. I value a good quality of life. I am Colorado Oil and Gas. As the new executive director of the Colorado Petroleum Council, I couldn’t […]
Update March 6, 2019: Gov. Jared Polis signed SB19-023 into law. Read the final law here. In one of the more dramatic endings during the last legislative session, a bill aimed at putting Colorado at the forefront of blockchain policy passed by a single vote. But, moments later, it failed after some lawmakers changed their […]
A special task force to investigate cryptocurrency shenanigans will continue after Gerald Rome leaves his post Friday as commissioner for the Colorado Division of Securities. The task force, created over the summer, has four staff members investigating potentially fraudulent activity involving cryptocurrency offerings. It has since expanded its scope to include other crypto investments. “Once […]