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  • The Pueblo Chieftain editorial: Empty energy promise

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    Pueblo City Council passed a feel-good resolution committing the city to becoming 100 percent powered by renewable energy sources by 2035. As things stand now, it’s an empty promise that the city cannot keep. The Sierra Club’s David Cockrell successfully lobbied Pueblo to become the 22nd city in the United States to join the Ready […]

  • The Boulder Daily Camera editorial: Don Quixote and the muni

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    Gene Camp’s recommendation that the Colorado Public Utilities Commission reject the separation plan Boulder submitted to establish a municipal electric utility sets up an interesting test of City Council’s relationship with the real world. Camp is the PUC’s chief engineer and manages its energy section staff. As always, anything is possible, but his recommendation is […]

  • The Aurora Sentinel editorial: Congressman Coffman’s virtual Obamacare meetings are really needless political hide and seek

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    I don’t blame Congressman Mike Coffman and dozens of Republicans just like him for wanting to avoid an unflattering spectacle by subjecting themselves to town meetings focusing on the fate of Obamacare. Coffman was unceremoniously sandbagged at just such a meeting in January at an Aurora Public Library. At what was supposed to be just […]

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