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What is CWPMA?

The purpose of the Colorado Wyoming Petroleum Marketers Association is to promote trade and related industries; promote good policy and sound business principles; promote fair enactment of state and federal legislation and regulations relating the petroleum marketing; to serve the members through programs or communications to educate on good principles, regulatory and legislative issues.

Power in Numbers.

Members get benefits through relationships and knowledge. CWPMA believes that involvement and creating relationships with all elected members of your government is what is necessary to protect and promote your interests.

By joining CWPMA, you become an intergral part of having your voice heard. Every member makes a difference and benefits.

How do I join?

CWPMA has membership for Marketers, Vendors, and Suppliers. Click here for details.

Advertising Opportunities.

Click here to download a brochure about the advertising opportunities available with CWPMA.

Calendar Of Events

Wyoming State Legislature

1/10/17 - 3/3/17

The Wyoming Legislature 40-day session convenes on Tuesday, January 10, 2017 in Cheyenne at the Jonah Business Center temporary Capitol. As always, the legislature will hit the ground running is what is one of the hardest working legislatures in the country. The budget continues to be the focus as oil/gas/coal continue to experience administration assaults. Importantly, updates to the DEQ STP statutes are being proposed and once codified, a new rulemaking on the recent EPA UST guidelines can then ensue. STAY INVOLVED AS MANY LEGISLATIVE POSITIONS WILL BE CHANGING THIS ELECTION CYCLE.

Colorado Legislative Session

1/29/17 - 5/10/17

The First Regular Session of the Seventy-First General Assembly will convene on January 11, 2017 and adjourn on May 10th, 2017.

CWPMA's 2017 agenda includes:

  1. Statewide Tobacco Regulation - this proposal will include money money for underage age and retailer enforcement, will include provisions that puts businesses across the state  that sell tobacco products  on a consistent and uniform regulatory enforcement plan, potentially provide more money to local governments, and reduce the forthcoming avalanche of cigarette smuggling should amendment 72 pass. 
  2. Multi-state HOS waiver for declared disaster emergencies
  3. Measures to make method 27 testing more efficient
  4. A measure to reduce duplication of registration fees for our businesses. 
  5. Measures to put businesses on par with government entities pertaining to consumer pricing transparency.

CWPMA's agenda is set by the Board of Trustees.  Members are encouraged to contact staff if you have any questions or concerns with our agenda.

Members of the General Assembly

Members of the House of Representatives  -  Who Is My Legislator?

Members of the Senate  -  Who Is My Legislator?