There’s Plan A and then there’s Plan B

Colorado transparency headlines.

The Associated Press has discovered through a Colorado Open Records Request that the state’s Department of Natural Resources told a state legislative committee in 2007 that a proposed set of regulations would cost $6,840 every year to monitor. That was Plan B.

Meanwhile the same agency had in hand their own Plan A, suggesting that proposal would cost $1.2 million every year.

Excuse me while I call my husband to tell him that I’ve found a deluxe two-week Caribbean vacation package for 17 cents.

Lawmakers withheld budget figure.


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