Energy policy — nuclear: HB 10-1348 (Increase Oversight Radioactive Materials) passes out of House Transportation and Energy Committee

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From the Cañon City Daily Record (Rachel Alexander):

“We had amazing bipartisan support,” said Matt Garrington, of Environment Colorado, one of the groups that developed the bill. The bill also was developed by Colorado Citizens Against ToxicWaste. It is sponsored by Rep. Buffie McFadyen and Sen. Ken Kester.

Among those who testified for the bill were Fremont County Commissioner Mike Stiehl, CCAT co-founder Sharyn Cunningham and Gloria Stultz.

The bill now will go to the full House for debate and a vote. If it passes there it will go to the Senate committee.

More 2010 Colorado legislation coverage here. More nuclear coverage here and here.

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