News from Neighboring States for April 19, 2018: A committee of the Los Angeles City Council has approved an environmental review exemption for a tunnel that Elon Musk wants to dig.
Elon Musk’s Los Angeles transport tunnel proposal takes step forward Homebuilders paid for Pruitt’s Colorado hotel stay High price of real estate poses real obstacles for Utah churches seeking to relocate MGM Resorts will use solar array to power Las Vegas casinos New Mexico: Debate flares over BLM methane regulationRead More →
News from Neighboring States for April 18, 2018: Trump trade actions not popular with Utah agriculture, high-tech
From aerospace to hog farms, study finds trade war with China will cost Utah businesses $60 million in exports University of New Mexico regents approve athletics budget calling for ‘reduction in sports’ San Jose Berryessa transit village pushes forward near BART station Colorado occupations where people use the most cannabis Las Vegas Tourist suing David Copperfield allegedly said he was OK […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for April 17, 2018: The world’s fossil fuel behemoths are facing fresh challenges over global warming in the courthouse and from shareholders.
Oil industry climate fight expands to Colorado today Albuquerque passes new measures making it harder to deport illegal immigrants Officials: California ‘not participating’ yet in Trump’s border protection push From legalizing medical marijuana to raising taxes for schools, Utah voters will have a lot of decisions to make in November Nevada ranked last in public health disaster readinessRead More →
News from Neighboring States for April 16, 2018: Opposition is mounting rapidly to a Colorado man’s proposal to pipe Green River water from Utah to the Denver area — and the objections aren’t coming only from the usual suspects.
Utah: Experts doubt a proposed Flaming Gorge pipeline will be built, but it could start a regional water war anyway Tectonic shift rumbling across southeast New Mexico’s oil patch Nevada’s Anaconda Mine removed from EPA Superfund list California ranked as nation’s 5th fastest-growing economy Colorado‘s legislature should think twice about passing a net neutrality law […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for April 15, 2018: Hundreds of Colorado teachers to demand changes in school funding and to lobby for higher teacher pay.
Colorado teachers plan to walk off the job Monday and descend on the legislature Methane flaring wastes millions of dollars on Utah’s public lands, but are federal limits a good solution or an undue burden? Harassment claims in New Mexico Legislature rise Restored rail line reconnects Southern Nevada cities Exclusive analysis: Only one in seven California cities allow recreational marijuana […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for April 14, 2018: high housing costs are “crowding out” personal consumption, with more cash going to landlords and lenders instead.
5 ways to solve California’s housing crisis Drought expands: Colorado, New Mexico, Utah Las Vegas: David Copperfield trial begins after man injured in magic trickRead More →
News from Neighboring States for April 13, 2018: How do you get a landlord to endorse a proposal to limit rent increases?
Rent Control Campaign in California Is Taken to the Streets Colorado Group Pushes to Buy Embattled Denver Post From New York Hedge Fund Rep. Rob Bishop may be ‘testing the waters’ for Utah governor’s race Embattled federal prosecutor in Nevada takes a step down New Mexico: Mayor signs new pot bill into lawRead More →
News from Neighboring States for April 12, 2018: Allegations come from Sunnyside Gold Corp., which is fighting the EPA over who should pay for a water study as part of a Superfund cleanup.
Mine company says EPA is worsening Colorado water pollution Trump thanks California governor for sending troops to border: ‘Good job’ New Mexico: US AG Jeff Sessions defends immigration policy in Las Cruces speech Utah Legislature to call veto override session — extending battle with Gov. Gary Herbert over separation of powers Nevada lags in US education ranking, but Clark County […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for April 11, 2018: Two tunnels that will siphon water south from the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta are a major boost for Gov. Jerry Brown’s pet project.
California water agency OKs $11 billion for two-tunnel water project The Mormon church signals opposition to a Utah medical marijuana ballot initiative, an item most voters have supported Denver computer maker moves manufacturing back to Colorado from China, but not because of tariffs University of New Mexico plan: Cut some sports, pay bulk of deficit Judge says police stalling […]Read More →
News from Neighboring States for April 10, 2018: At least 87 of the Arizona educators who left during fiscal 2016 went to Nevada.
How Nevada took on teacher pay and lured some Arizona educators in the process Denver’s rising cost of living pushes out those with lower incomes, and higher earners take their place Utahns with large families could be paying a lot more in state taxes next year EPA’s war with California proves America needs a carbon tax Trump administration […]Read More →