Colorado’s top air quality regulator reassigned after state investigation finds potential conflicts of interest

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“Colorado’s top air regulator has been reassigned to a new position after a state-backed investigation found potential conflicts of interest with a mining company seeking an air pollution permit.

Garry Kaufman directed Colorado’s Air Pollution Control Division for the last four years. On Tuesday, a spokesperson for the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment confirmed he will now serve as the deputy director of regulatory affairs for the division while it opens up a nationwide search for a new leader.”

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