Newspaper Articles – Kenneth Artz

Fracking Goes to Colorado Ballot as Legislature Fails to Strike Compromise

Colorado voters will directly decide the fate of fracking this November after the state legislature failed to agree on a compromise bill.

Study Links Ethanol to Higher Air Pollution

Ethanol may be increasing air pollution in Brazil, scientists report in a peer-reviewed study.

Landrieu Strikes Out with Obama, Reid on Keystone Pipeline

Sen. Mary Landrieu continues to strike out with President Barack Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid in her attempt to get their support for building the Keystone XL pipeline.

Union Promises to Punish Congressional Opponents of Keystone XL

One of the nation’s largest labor unions promised to punish congressional opponents of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline.

Ohio House Passes Bill to Make Farmers Take Fertilizer Courses

The Ohio House of Representatives unanimously passed Senate Bill 150 (SB 150) which would require farmers to take certification courses to apply fertilizer.

Obama Rebuffs Democratic Senators, Stalls Keystone Pipeline Decision

President Barack Obama announced he is indefinitely punting a decision on the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, rebuffing 11 Democratic Senators who sent him a letter urging him to finally make a deci

Hickenlooper Urges BLM Not to Overreach on Sage Grouse Protections

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper is siding with Centennial State ranchers and energy and natural resource producers, urging the U.S.

Global Warming Activist James Hansen Says Nuclear Is the Answer

Prominent global warming activist James Hansen is urging environmental groups to rally behind nuclear power to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

Texas Officials Release Water Shortage Plans

Texas Comptroller Susan Combs released a report urging “game-changing” innovations to state water policies to deal with future water shortages.