Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman will be in Northwest Colorado tomorrow. Coffman will makes stops in Steamboat and Hayden before landing in Craig for a tour of Tri-State Generation and Transmission’s Craig Station. Coffman will also visit the Boys and Girls Clubs in Craig and Steamboat. The timing of the visit is fortunate, as Coffman will also be able to stop by the community meeting regarding Trapper Mine. Coffman’s staff says she plans to be there at around 6. Coffman recently joined a multi-state lawsuit challenging the Obama Administration’s Clean Power Plan, and has filed suit against the Interior Department over the addition of the Gunnison Sage Grouse to the Endangered Species List. She has been an opponent of federal regulations that cost jobs and raise the cost of living. Pictured: Cynthia Coffman
Attorney General Cynthia Coffman to Visit Northwest Colorado Tomorrow
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