Colorado Anti-Fracking Activists Fall Short in Ballot Efforts

Government officials say petitions fall short of signatures required for state voters to weigh in on local control of fracking in the state. By Zahra Hirji Two anti-fracking initiatives did not get enough valid signatures to qualify for the November ballot, Colorado officials announced on Monday, giving the oil and gas industry its latest victory over communities seeking to exert local control over fracking. See Also: Colorado Court Strikes Down Local Fracking Restrictions Colorado Fracking Study Blames Faulty Wells for Water Contamination Colorado City Vows to Be Carbon Neutral, Defying Partisan Politics read more


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