State Sen. Vicki Marble, a Fort Collins Republican, has filed a lawsuit against the Colorado Independent Ethics Commission challenging its recent decision that found she had violated the state's constitutional amendment on ethics.
Homeowers, legislators and regulators agree Colorado's oil and gas forced pooling law, used by drillers to consolidate mineral rights, needs an overhaul, but whether there are enough legislative votes to do it is another story.
A bill before the Colorado legislature that would sharply limit the chances of a mineral owner sharing in the production profits of an oil well is slated to be heard in the state Senate Agriculture, Natural Resources and Energy Committee Wednesday.
DENVER — In the same committee hearing Monday afternoon, Senate Republicans rejected a ban on bump stocks — devices that give legal rifles the ability to fire more bullets like an illegal one — and advanced a bill to repeal the 15-round limit on ammunition magazines passed by Democrats in 2013.
A weekly look at the lighter side, or something, of what goes on at the state Capitol. He did what?…Gov. John Hickenlooper didn’t participate in a caucus on Tuesday night. The governor explained he was double-booked and failed to remember that Caucus Night was on the horizon. But he also said that since voters […]
A decision on an ethics violation complaint levied against Republican Sen. Vicki Marble of Fort Collins is yet another month away, after the members of the Colorado Independent Ethics Commission decided they need more time to hammer out an opinion on the alleged violation.
The Colorado Ethics Commission Monday spent close to two hours deliberating on the facts and issues in an ethics complaint filed against Fort Collins Republican Sen. Vicki Marble. While the commission appeared to lean toward dismissing the complaint, they decided to hold off on a vote until their next meeting on March 5. Marble is […]