Aurora Business

Full appeals court upholds labels on meat packages

In the opinion issued Tuesday, Judge Stephen F. Williams of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, who was also on the three-judge panel, upheld the earlier decision and wrote for the majority of the full panel.

Advocates line up to discuss EPA clean air rules 

Advocates line up to discuss EPA clean air rules 

“There’s things out there we need to develop — the hydro, the wind, the solar, a lot of the renewables,” Fix said Monday. Fix ranches southwest of Miles City, Montana, and is a member of the Northern Plains Resource Council.

Study: 35 percent in US facing debt collectors 

Study: 35 percent in US facing debt collectors 

“Roughly, every third person you pass on the street is going to have debt in collections,” Ratcliffe said. “It can tip employers’ hiring decisions, or whether or not you get that apartment.”

House bill lets airlines advertise pre-tax fares

The bipartisan legislation would roll back federal regulations that since 2012 have required ads to most prominently display the full ticket price.

Russia ordered to pay $50 billion over Yukos

Russia ordered to pay $50 billion over Yukos

The tax case led to the imprisonment of Yukos CEO Mikhail Khodorkovsky and has been widely seen as retaliation for his support of opposition political parties.

How I spent my summer vacation: Learning to work

How I spent my summer vacation: Learning to work

The camp is for students who may not be able to afford a typical summer program, said Aurora state Sen. Nancy Todd, who created it with her husband, Terry, and Peggy Rudden, executive director of Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children

Judge strikes down Longmont’s fracking ban 

LONGMONT | A state district judge struck down Longmont’s voter-approved ban on hydraulic fracturing Thursday but stayed her decision while the city considers an appeal. Judge D.D. Mallard ruled the ban conflicts with state regulations and Colorado’s interest in efficiently developing oil …

Pot may be legal, but homeowner agreements can ban it

Pot may be legal, but homeowner agreements can ban it

“The fact that people may be legally entitled to smoke doesn’t mean they can do it wherever they want, any more than they could walk into a restaurant and light up a cigarette,” said Richard Thompson, who owns a management consulting company that specializes in condominium and homeowner associations

AP analysis: Colorado gun law based on flawed estimate 

AP analysis: Colorado gun law based on flawed estimate 

“I’m not discouraged by the lower number,” said Democratic Rep. Rhonda Fields, who sponsored the legislation in response to the Aurora movie theater rampage that killed 12 and wounded dozens of others in her district and the elementary school massacre in Newtown, Connecticut, that left 28 people dead, including 20 first-graders. “I think that it’s a good number, because it shows me that people are complying with the law.”

Kitchen at Aurora retirement home shut down by state

“There’s no question that the facility must repair and put their on-site kitchen up to code as quickly as possible,” said Randy Kuykendall, health facilities and EMS division director for the department. He said the department was actively in the midst of an investigation