Colorado: Nine Potential Ballot issues

The Secretary of State is still reviewing signatures for five ballot initiatives that could be on the November ballot. If all five are approved, voters will see a total of nine questions on the ballot, all of which would amend Colorado’s constitution. Colorado is one of the easiest states in which to amend a constitution.Continue reading “Colorado: Nine Potential Ballot issues”

No Special Session

The Governor has given up trying to create compromise legislation to avoid the contentious gas and oil ballot initiatives being pushed by Congressman Polis and others. In his statement Governor Hickenlooper said, “Over the past several months, we have worked with a bipartisan coalition to explore a legislative compromise that would avoid a series ofContinue reading “No Special Session”

Governor Still Trying to Craft Oil & Gas Compromise

Prospects are not looking good for a special legislative session this summer to consider stricter gas and oil regulations. The governor has worked hard to get both sides to the table but faces enormous hurdles with time running out. First, he has to get consensus in the gas and oil community, which is currently splitContinue reading “Governor Still Trying to Craft Oil & Gas Compromise”