Majority Leader Fenberg’s Effort to Prioritize Health and Safety of Coloradans When Regulating Oil and Gas Operations Moves Forward
Denver, CO – After over seven hours of testimony, SB19-181, Protect Public Welfare Oil and Gas Operations, today passed the Senate Finance Committee with a vote of 4-3. In response, Majority Leader Steve Fenberg released the following statement.
“Changes to Colorado’s regulatory framework around oil and gas development are long overdue. I’m proud that so many Coloradans have come to the Capitol this week to voice their support for our effort to prioritize their health and safety. We’ve offered amendments every step of the way and continue to have substantive conversations with stakeholders everyday to make this bill better. l look forward to continuing to work with my colleagues to pass legislation that will empower local communities across Colorado.”
To learn more about SB19-181, please visit https://leg.colorado.gov/bills/sb19-181.
ABOUT SEN. FENBERG:
Senator Fenberg was elected to the Colorado State Senate in 2016 and currently serves as the Senate Majority Leader. Previously, he headed the nonprofit New Era Colorado and has served on the boards of directors for several nonprofits, Boulder Housing Working Group, and the City of Boulder Capital Improvement Taskforce. Senator Fenberg also owns and operates a small business in the historic town of Silver Plume. Steve has served on several committees and boards while in the Senate, including the State, Veterans, and Military Affairs Committee, the Agriculture & Natural Resources Committee, the Governor’s Council on Blockchain Technology, and the Bipartisan Election Advisory Committee.