by Steve Raabe
The Denver Post

A federal judge Friday denied a challenge to Colorado’s renewable-energy standard, filed by a free-market advocacy group.

U.S. District Court Judge William Martinez dismissed the challenge of the Colorado law that requires larger utilities to get 30 percent of their energy from renewable sources by 2020…

“One state may not tell another state’s businesses how to do business,” the institute’s general counsel, David Schnare, said. “Colorado may not tell a utility in Wyoming how to generate electricity.”

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