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Joey BunchJoey BunchNovember 1, 20173min244
Shaun Egan, the president and CEO of Iron Woman Construction and Environmental Services in Denver, has been elected chairman of the politically influential Colorado Motor Carriers Association, the state’s trucking industry advocacy group. The Colorado Motor Carriers Association is one of the key players in Colorado’s transportation debate, as lawmakers continue to try to find […]

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Joey BunchJoey BunchApril 23, 20174min44
From roads to pot, the week’s news included the Colorado legislative session entering its homestretch, while the 2018 election campaigns are stumbling out of the gates. What took the lead on reach and impact to Coloradans in a week full of contenders? The Colorado Politics staff submits this list for your humble consideration:   1. Transportation […]

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Joey BunchJoey BunchApril 19, 201711min73
The Colorado Motor Carriers Association, the voice of Colorado’s truckers, has something to say about House Bill 1242, the mega transportation bill. And that message is that it still needs a lot of work, even with the end of the legislative session is just three weeks away. After hearing the association’s president, Greg Fulton, articulate the […]

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Jeff CummingsJeff CummingsSeptember 7, 20165min890

Over the last few years many of us have read stories related to concerns associated with oil and gas production in our state. In fact groups have even sought to add two initiatives to this year’s ballot. One would have the effect of banning 80 percent of future oil and gas production in the state while the other would lead to an unworkable patchwork of local regulations for this industry. The passage of either of these measures could prove very detrimental to one of our state’s most important business sectors as well as affecting our overall state’s welfare.