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Congress looks to gut federal methane rule modeled after Colorado regulations

Congress looks to gut federal methane rule modeled after Colorado regulations

Depending on which side of the issue you talk to — oil and gas industry advocates or members of Colorado’s conservation community — Congress is about to gut crucial and…

Public lands debate still roiling as Chaffetz withdraws bill to sell millions of acres

Public lands debate still roiling as Chaffetz withdraws bill to sell millions of acres

U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, who grew up in Grand County, Colo., fanned the flames of intense debate over federal ownership of public lands this week, for the fifth time…

Hickenlooper calls for Trump to rescind travel-ban order that makes U.S. ‘less safe’

Hickenlooper calls for Trump to rescind travel-ban order that makes U.S. ‘less safe’

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper on Monday urged President Donald Trump to rescind his executive order temporarily banning all Syrian war refugees and blocking travel into the United States for citizens…

Lawmakers who represent Vail Valley in Congress weigh in on travel ban

Lawmakers who represent Vail Valley in Congress weigh in on travel ban

The two Colorado lawmakers who represent the Vail Valley in Congress offered two widely divergent takes on the Trump administration’s executive order imposing a travel ban into the United States…

Trump seeks to ease Mexico tensions while targeting Muslim nations

Trump seeks to ease Mexico tensions while targeting Muslim nations

President Donald Trump on Friday took steps to cool off his anti-immigration battle with Mexico but just as quickly enraged practitioners of the world’s second-largest religion by targeting Muslims seeking…

Polis, other Colorado Dems blast Trump order calling for Mexican border wall

Polis, other Colorado Dems blast Trump order calling for Mexican border wall

Colorado Democrats and the head of the state’s foremost environmental group Wednesday lambasted the Trump administration for moving ahead with a projected $25 billion border wall with Mexico that at…

Trump signals reversal on DACA, but advocates for Dreamers still worried

Trump signals reversal on DACA, but advocates for Dreamers still worried

While he’s already plunged ahead signing orders to keep a slew of campaign promises – from gutting the Affordable Care Act without a replacement in place for millions of American,…

As Trump takes office, Donovan poised for battle on public lands, climate issues

As Trump takes office, Donovan poised for battle on public lands, climate issues

State Sen. Kerry Donovan was carrying her skis through Vail Village during a rare December rainstorm when RealVail.com interviewed her to preview the 2017 Colorado legislative session and talk about…

Vail Valley lawmakers, colleges, tech industry rally behind undocumented students

Vail Valley lawmakers, colleges, tech industry rally behind undocumented students

Even as president-elect Donald Trump ratchets up talk of a Mexican border wall, Republican South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham has cobbled together a bipartisan group with support from Colorado to…

Vail Town Manager Stan Zemler stepping down in March

Vail Town Manager Stan Zemler stepping down in March

Vail’s longest-tenured town manager, Stan Zemler, is stepping down in March, Town of Vail officials announced on Thursday. Here’s the official press release from the town: Vail Town Manager Stan…

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