2012 Colorado legislation: SB12-132 (Issue Air & Water Quality Permits Within 12 Months) defeated by the House Agriculture, Livestock and Natural Resources committee

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From the Denver Business Journal (Ed Sealover):

Senate Bill 132, sponsored by Sen. Kevin Grantham, R-Canon City, would have required the state to approve or reject such permits within 12 months. The Senate passed it 30-5 on May 2 after Grantham said some companies have had to wait for years to find out if they were getting permits and have delayed expansions. But Rep. Jon Becker, R-Fort Morgan, told the House Agriculture, Livestock and Natural Resources committee Monday that CDPHE officials pledged to work with industry leaders to address problems that have delayed permits. A department official said the same to committee members.

More 2012 Colorado legislation coverage here.

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