Frustration Over Fracking Could Play Role In November Elections
Communities in Colorado have been engaged in a political fight with the state to get more local control over oil and gas drilling.
It's a battle many thought was heading to the ballot box this November, until a last minute compromise stopped the initiative in its tracks.
Colorado’s governor John Hickenlooper declared the compromise a victory, but that left some members of the state’s environmental community furious and vowing payback on election day.
From the Here & Now Contributors Network, Inside Energy's Dan Boyce reports.
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