Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman visited Northwest Colorado yesterday, touring the Tri-State Generation and Transmission Craig Station, visiting the Boys and Girls Clubs of Craig and Steamboat, and stopping by the Trapper Community Outreach Meeting at the Moffat County Fairgrounds. Before arriving in Craig, Coffman spoke with Wild West Radio about her visit. She said keeping tabs with what’s happening on the Western Slope is a priority for her. She says her office has rolled out a new program called Office of Community Engagement, which is intended to keep her updated with issues across the state. She says the idea came from several complaints she heard during her campaign, that lawmakers and administrators in Denver aren’t in tune with what happens on the Western Slope. Coffman also talked about some of the Western Slope issues she’s been involved with in the short time she has already served. Those include fights against the Waters of the U.S. rule, Sage Grouse listings, BLM fracking rules, and the Obama Administration’s Clean Power Plan. Coffman stayed in Craig last night and will travel south to Glenwood today.
Attorney General Cynthia Coffman Visits Craig
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