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Colorado air quality division issued permits despite potential violations of EPA standards, report finds

by Denver Post | September 24, 2021
“State health officials say they don’t have enough guidance from the Environmental Protection Agency to know when to estimate whether smaller polluters in Colorado exceed air quality limits on particulates, sulfur dioxide and nitrogen dioxide. That lack of guidance led to the state ...

Colorado wildlife manager investigated for meddling with wolf reintroduction

by Denver Post | June 12, 2021
“A senior Colorado Parks and Wildlife manager has been reinstated after a 12-week investigation into a whistleblower’s allegations that he tried to sabotage the voter-directed reintroduction of wolves — using tactics that included hiring an outside group to post videos on YouTube ...

Colorado launching independent investigation into claims state pollution officials unlawfully issued permits, falsified data

by Denver Post | April 27, 2021
“Colorado’s attorney general is launching an independent investigation of whistleblower allegations within the state’s health department that officials responsible for controlling air pollution ordered employees to stop measuring surges of harmful sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide ...

Colorado’s air quality enforcers ordered staff to relax measuring of pollution, state whistleblowers allege

by Denver Post | March 30, 2021
“Colorado officials responsible for controlling air pollution this month ordered employees to stop measuring surges of harmful sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide and particulates, according to a whistleblower complaint filed Tuesday alleging a culture of approving permits for ...
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