A state lawmaker plans to introduce legislation as early as this week that would give local governments more authority to regulate hydraulic fracturing, a move that comes as many local governments have looked to limit or temporarily ban fracking within their boundaries.
State lawmakers are more than a week into the legislative session and election year politics are already starting to flare up under the gold dome. Several lawmakers are running for Congress, which doesn’t make things any easier. KUNC’s state capitol reporter Bente Birkeland breaks things down with her fellow state house reporters.
Recent economic forecasts have predicted a slow, but steady pace of growth for the Northern Colorado area in 2012. But things are already off to a brisk pace. On Friday, Englewood, CO-based customer-service company TeleTech Holdings Inc. announced plans to open a state-of-the-art call center in Greeley.