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Old Yesterday, 04:55 PM
 
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well, hopefully not. Although I don't know if there will be any new polling data on it before the election results so hard to predict.

But I'm not that surprised Polis is against, I think most establishment pols are, and while the right likes to demonize him as some wild eyed California liberal, he's really not.
I agree. Hopefully not. I'm surprised by the hard no's here. I guess because we live with hearing all the back and forth fighting with the oil and gas regulators as well as hear the first hand stories of the reactions to fracking near schools and houses in Erie there is more fear regarding it happening when the wells are put into more suburban areas.

This is a 30 second video of the mother describing the her family's benzene poisoning. The setback from fracking wells is absolutely necessary to preserve the public health.
( https://www.facebook.com/ColoradoRis...76502969317145 )
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Location: Washington Park, Denver
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I agree. Hopefully not. I'm surprised by the hard no's here. I guess because we live with hearing all the back and forth fighting with the oil and gas regulators as well as hear the first hand stories of the reactions to fracking near schools and houses in Erie there is more fear regarding it happening when the wells are put into more suburban areas.

This is a 30 second video of the mother describing the her family's benzene poisoning. The setback from fracking wells is absolutely necessary to preserve the public health.
( https://www.facebook.com/ColoradoRis...76502969317145 )
If this passes and it doesn’t have the dire impact that I think it will, I will gladly embrace it because it’s intent is good. I just think the negatives outweigh the positives. I’ll be very happy if I’m wrong.
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