Two polls show support for legal marijuana waning in Colorado, nationally

“It might be characterized as a couple of “I told you so” victories for those who oppose the legalization of marijuana. Two recent polls show that support of legalized marijuana have waned, and that there is unhappiness in the way regulations are handled by the state […]”

Mineral rights group decries proposed ballot measures

Mineral rights group decries proposed ballot measures Glenwood Springs Post Independent, July 9, 2014 “A slew of proposed ballot initiatives aimed at giving Colorado towns and counties more controls over oil and gas development within their boundaries could be detrimental to mineral owners and, ultimately, could cost taxpayers a lot of money as well, according […]

Fracking and Property

Fracking and Property National Review Online, June 23, 2014 Last September, Roni Bell Sylvester experienced the worst Friday the 13th ever. Floods coursed through Colorado, causing extraordinary damage to her farm, which has been in her husband’s family since 1869. The waters not only flooded the Sylvesters’ basement, causing massive damage to their home, but […]