Coloradans naturally are concerned about what the coming storm of federal energy and environmental regulations will mean to them as breadwinners, workers, business owners and energy consumers. What impact will EPA regulations on carbon, ozone and water have on their families and communities?
Join Senator Kevin Lundberg (R-Berthoud) and other speakers this Wednesday, September 23, 2015 at 11:30 a.m. at the Southwest Weld County Service Center, located at 4209 WCR 24 1/2 in Longmont, for the first in a series of "EPA's Coming Storm" forums to be held across the state. The events bring stakeholders, policymakers, experts and citizens together to share their concerns, answer questions and discuss what impacts this "perfect storm" of EPA interventions will have on their lives.
Other speakers at Wednesday's forum include: Dan Byers, Institute for 21st Century Energy at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce; Amy Cooke, Independence Institute and Tony Gagliardi, Colorado State Director for the National Federation of Independent Business.
"The EPA has become a significant threat to our freedoms and our state's economic vitality," said Senator Lundberg, in explaining the need for such forums. "We don't need federal bureaucrats who 'consult with stakeholders'; we need bureaucrats who actually listen to the citizens who have to live with the regulations, follow the law, and then apply common sense in crafting regulations."
What: EPA's Coming Storm Forum
When: 11:30 am to 1:00 pm, Wednesday, September 23
Where: Southwest Weld County Service Center 4209 WCR 24 ½
Register for this FREE forum by following this link:
Other "Coming Storm" forums also will be held in Grand Junction (Oct. 20), Pueblo (Oct. 28) and Denver (Oct. 29). Please contact Sean Paige at 719-337-0355 with media inquiries.