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The Colorado Energy Office averted a shutdown. Now it looks to avoid repeat of last session’s funding stalemate – The Denver Post

In the six months since the Colorado Energy Office’s state funding expired in a bitter political stalemate, the doomsday scenario predicted by Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper — a total shutdown that would make Colorado the only Western state without such an agency — never came to pass.

But in an ironic twist, the federal dollars that kept the $3.1 million office running can’t be spent on what Republicans were fighting to see more of — the promotion of traditional fuels, such as oil and natural gas.

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