Tag:Environmental Protection Agency

Two Bills Instituting More Emission Regulations, Higher Fines Pass First Committee Hearing

A pair of Colorado Senate bills with an aim of reducing emissions to improve air quality in the Front Range passed their first Senate committee hearing.

EPA Fines Suncor for Alleged Chemical Accident Prevention and Reporting Violations

The EPA announced a $300,030 settlement with Suncor’s Commerce City refinery to resolve alleged violations of toxic chemical-related regulations.

Colorado Officials React to Supreme Court Narrowing of EPA Wetland Jurisdiction

Colorado officials have published statements following the U.S. Supreme Court narrowing the definition of wetlands under the Clean Water Act.

Court Opinions: 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Opinion from July 19

The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a district court ruling regarding a trail modification in Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge.

Paul Seby on Representing North Dakota in SCOTUS EPA Ruling

According to Paul Seby, the ruling has a nuanced place in conversations around national climate change policy.

Settlement with Mining Companies at the Bonita Peak Mining District Superfund Site Finalized

The EPA on April 29 announced the approval of a consent decree settlement regarding the Bonita Peak Mining District Superfund Site in San Juan County, Colorado.

Federal Government and Colorado Enter Into Proposed Settlement with Mining Company After the Gold King Mine Spill

Colorado and multiple federal agencies reached a proposed settlement with Sunnyside Gold Corporation to clean up an area of abandoned mines.

Colorado Company MicroForce Indicted for False COVID Claims

According to Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser’s office, the company stole more than $250,000 from its clients in 2020.