Hickenlooper: If State Doesn't Regulate Its Air, EPA MightGov. John Hickenlooper warned Thursday that withholding funds for state air quality regulators could prompt the federal government to step in with a heavier hand.
Clean Power Debate Flares Up In ColoradoA national debate over global warming has turned into a major sticking point at the Colorado Legislature, where Democrats and Republicans this week started tussling over paying for efforts to curb carbon emissions.
Colorado Remains In EPA Lawsuit After Partisan SpatColorado's high court is refusing to get involved in a partisan spat between Colorado's Democratic governor and Republican attorney general regarding an air pollution lawsuit.
Hickenlooper Tests AG Coffman's Power To Sue Federal GovernmentGov. John Hickenlooper asked the Colorado Supreme Court on Wednesday to rule that he, not the state's attorney general, has the final say on whether to sue the federal government.
Gov. Hickenlooper Questions Attorney General Clean Air SuitGov. John Hickenlooper said Monday he will ask the Colorado Supreme Court whether it was legal for the state attorney general to sue the federal government over new air pollution rules.
Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman Joins Lawsuit Over Clean Air RulesColorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman says she's joining other states in a lawsuit challenging President Barack Obama's Clean Power Plan.
Hickenlooper Not Sold On Proposed Ozone Rules, Says Denver At A DisadvantageThe U.S. secretary of energy made a visit to Colorado on Monday as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency proposes another set of rules meant to improve Colorado's air quality, but Gov. John Hickenlooper isn't sold.