El Paso County residents nearby, however, told the Colorado Springs Gazette that the turbines’ inaudible, low-frequency sound waves — known as infrasound — and a phenomenon called shadow flicker have caused headaches, nausea and dizziness.
“We are going to put this to rest,” Marble said. “Because they are pretty much not needed according to the Colorado Energy Office.” — Sen. Vicki Marble, R-Weld/Larimer
I’ve seen a lot of dumb products of political correctness, but this has got to be one of the dumbest.
Naturally, Xcel opposes anything that threatens its highly profitable Colorado monopoly.
There are plenty of issues to report on regarding President Trump and his new administration, but a so-called “gag order” at the EPA isn’t one of them.
Nationally, the Steyer wing of the party refuses to give any ground after its humiliating defeat.
As the state struggles to fund roads and bridges, there is no justification for forcing rural or low-income Coloradans to subsidize wealthier Front Range residents who want to buy a second or third vehicle.
The campaign to block Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt from becoming EPA administrator shows green groups have learned nothing from the 2016 election and still have big problems with blue-collar voters.
The new committee could tackle the Obama EPA’s ozone standard, which has attracted strong bipartisan criticism in Colorado.