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Senate Bill 181: Sweeping Changes in the Pipeline

Following Proposition 112’s defeat by voters in the November mid-term election, another major challenge to the Colorado oil and gas industry is on the horizon. On March 1, Senate Bill 181 (“SB 181”) was introduced by Senate Majority Leader Steve Fenberg and House Speaker KC Becker. In what state legislators have referred to as “the most sweeping oil and gas reform” the state has ever seen, SB 181 is rapidly advancing through the Capitol. Having successfully navigated three Senate committees and a floor vote, passing each strictly along party lines, SB 181 is starting to make the rounds through the House as well. If successfully passed in the House, as all indications point that it will be, the bill will find its way to Governor Polis’ desk, who has already indicated his support.
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UPDATE: Lakewood’s Strategic Growth Initiative to go to voters in special election on July 2

This post follows up two earlier posts about a citizen initiative to limit residential growth in Lakewood, Colorado.  Details about the proposal can be found here. On Monday night, the Lakewood City Council voted 10‑0 to call a special municipal election for July 2 to allow voters to decide whether to impose a 1% growth cap for... Continue Reading...

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Court Grants Preliminary Injunction in California Tattoo Parlor Case

Two weeks ago, a federal district court in California granted preliminary injunctive relief to a tattoo shop owner who challenged the City of Montebello, California’s geographic restrictions on body art establishments. Montebello’s regulation prohibits tattoo parlors within 1,000 feet of certain sensitive uses, including residential properties, schools, libraries, and religious institutions.  The effect of the... Continue Reading...

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