A dispute over river rafting is finally about to end in the Legislature, but rafting advocates probably won’t like the result, The Durango Herald reports.
Back in February, the House had passed House Bill 1188, which created a legal right to float on the state’s major rivers, even if the banks are private property. The Senate converted the bill into a powerless study.
The Senate on Friday finally responded to the House’s call for a conference committee to reach a compromise. The group will meet Monday, but expectations are low.