Leonel Olaguez Cabrales, 22, Angel Guzman Gutierrez, 31, Sergio Enrique Arevalo Portillo, 26, Jose Eleno Rodarte Garcia, 38, Eduardo Arias Torres, 27, and Juan Mejia-Vasquez, 41, were booked Wednesday at the Mesa County Jail
Colorado has suffered a series of wrongs by the very federal agency tasked with protecting its precious resources and scenic wonders.
Alcohol businesses are seeing ‘phenomenal growth’ alongside marijuana industry in Colorado.
Colorado coal production has declined by nearly half from levels set more than 10 years ago.
The EPA pushed forward, ignoring feedback from residents. A local geologist wrote a letter to the editor just days before the mine spill, warning the agency’s “grand experiment” would fail and the river would be contaminated.
The Colowyo mine saga in Northwestern Colorado may be the best example of the government’s two-pronged assault on both coal production and coal-generated electricity.
The truth is that Aurora’s Law is a protection for women, because no unborn child can be harmed without its mother being harmed first.
The roads were not merely being closed, they were being obliterated. A local Vietnam vet said, “It looks like carpet bombing to me!” The Forest Service was using a Deere 650 dozer to do the damage.
The wave of enthusiasm following the passage of Amendment 64 has given way to a drip, drip, drip of unintended consequences.
If there is one discovery, since the inception of human society, with the mojo to make teen boys–indeed, men of any age–indifferent to sex, it would be cannabis.