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Congressman John T. Salazar, Third District of Colorado

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Congressman Salazar Asks EPA to Step Up Involvement on Wolf Creek
(10/21/2008) Washington, DC – Congressman Salazar released the following letter calling on the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to become a full cooperating agency for the Wolf Creek Access Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). October 14, 2008 Carol RushinActing Regional Administrator Region 8Environmental Protection Agency 1595 Wynkoop St.Denver, CO 80202-1129 Dear Ms.  (full story...)

Congressmen Salazar Again Secures Prohibition on Piñon Canyon Expansion
(10/7/2008)   WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman John Salazar announced today that the prohibition on expanding Piñon Canyon will be included in the FY09 Continuing Resolution expected to be on the House floor later today.  Congressman Salazar secured the funding prohibition in the 2009 Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Appropriations bill  (full story...)

Bush Administration Runs Roughshod over Colorado on Oil Shale
(10/7/2008)   Washington, DC – The fight to establish an orderly process for the development of oil shale suffered a setback today, as the White House was successful in its effort to block an extension of the limited funding limitation on the issuance of commercial oil shale leasing regulations, which  (full story...)

Congressman John Salazar's Offices

Washington, DC
326 Cannon HOB
Washington, DC 20515
202-225-4761
202-226-9669 (fax)
 
Grand Junction, Colorado
225 North 5th Street, STE 702
Grand Junction, CO 81501
970-245-7107
970- 245-2194 (fax)
 
Pueblo, Colorado
134 West B Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
719-543-8200
719-543-8204 (fax)
 
Durango, Colorado
700 Main Avenue, STE F
Durango, CO 81301
970-375-3264
970-375-3265 (fax)
Alamosa, Colorado
609 Main Street, #6
Alamosa, CO 81101
719-587-5105
719-587-5137 (fax)
           

 

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