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Scientists predict even more water shortages over the next several years for seven Western states due to the added affects of human-caused climate change.
By Michael Coleman Journal Washington Bureau WASHINGTON -- A massive mortgage bailout will command Congress' attention early this week, but New Mexico lawmakers said oil production and clean energy still could get boosts from Capitol Hill before lawmakers head home for November elections.
By STEVE TERRELL Three recent television commercials for Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Tom Udall stress a "do-it-all" philosophy for energy policy -- including more offshore drilling and nuclear power, in addition to developing alternative sources.
By Charles Newton The sale of Roan Plateau natural gas leases on public land netted Colorado about $2,000 per acre. Nearby private land was leased for 20 times that amount.
By Hazlehurst, John During an interview with the Pueblo Chieftain's Charles Ashby, Sen. John McCain said that he supported the "renegotiation" of the 1922 interstate compact, which governs the distribution of the waters of the Colorado River among the seven states that border the river.
By Sen Nancy Spence What started out earlier this year as one of the Democrats' leading issues - energy - may have become their Achilles' heel.
Colorado's Ken Salazar, a U.S. Senate colleague of Barack Obama, will nominate the presumptive Democratic Party nominee before the roll-call vote tonight at the Pepsi Center.
By Jack Palmer U.S. Rep. Mark Udall's main attack on Bob Schaffer is that he is in the pocket of "Big Oil" and has received campaign donations from "Big Oil."ExxonMobil,the poster child of "Big Oil," has itself paid more than $64 billion in income taxes over the past several years.
By Ed Sealover Colorado's U.S. Senate candidates are nothing if not flexible when it comes to energy policy.
By Lynn Bartels Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Mark Udall unveiled an energy plan Wednesday that includes offshore drilling, the hot-button topic in politics in Colorado and the nation. Udall, a congressman from Eldorado Springs, stood with U.S. Sen.
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