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Greenland oasis could benefit counties

Greenland oasis could benefit counties

Growth in northern El Paso and southern Douglas County has long depended on a single factor — and it’s not roads, drainage infrastructure, government regulation or land costs. It’s water. Without reliable and predictable sources of water to sustain development for the long future, communities can neither grow nor thrive. A variety of small providers… Continue Reading Greenland oasis could benefit counties

AG urges Kansas to avoid lawsuit

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Kansas and Nebraska have an ongoing dispute regarding the Republican River, which originates on the eastern plains of Colorado. Although Kansas was not able to make its case in non-binding arbitration, the state is now suing Nebraska in the U. S. Supreme Court over the disagreement. Colorado was named as a party because all three… Continue Reading AG urges Kansas to avoid lawsuit

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Coffin v. Left Hand Ditch

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When one thinks about court decisions that have defined the nation, for good or for ill, historic cases such as Madison v. Marbury, Brown v. Board of Education or Gideon v. Wainright come to mind. But one scarcely realizes that the existence of present-day Colorado Springs and Denver, cities located far from any major water… Continue Reading Coffin v. Left Hand Ditch

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