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Adams County calls for 1,000-foot buffer between wells and homes

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Colorado Adams County officials are going after the fracking industry, Even after the State Voted against any job-killing legislation. The will of the People is again being trampled on by the Democratic establishment in the state of Colorado.

Adams County will request a 1,000-foot buffer between wells and homes, schools and daycare centers — doubling the distance the state presently requires.

The issue of anti-fracking “well setbacks” became the topic during the 2018 election, when voters were some asked to increase the distance between new wells and homes and schools to 2,500 feet statewide. The ballot issue, Proposition 112, was defeated by a large percentage.

In March Adams County put a six-month moratorium on any new drilling so that it could rewrite its rules for the industry. There are hundreds of pending permits for wells in the county.

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JARED POLIS’ OIL AND GAS JUNK SCIENCE

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The governor’s political appointees are working overtime to bypass Colorado voters and implement their own regulations aimed at shutting down our energy industry.

Under this new law, 10 communities have implemented short- or long-term oil and gas bans and drilling permits are down 60%. A recent economic analysis warned that cutting new oil and gas production in half would cost the state 120,000 jobs by 2030. Most immediately, we’ve already seen the effects with one operator going into bankruptcy blaming Senate Bill 181 for creating an uncertain environment and energy worker layoffs on the Western Slope.

Don’t let junk science and political agendas jeopardize Colorado jobs.

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The Market Dropped on word Democrats wanted to Impeach Trump

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Stocks were way down on Tuesday by worries about President Donald Trump’s political future.

The S&P 500 dropped 0.8%, its biggest one-day drop since Aug. 23, to 2,966.60. The Nasdaq Composite also had its worst day in a month, dropping 1.5% to 7,993.63. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed 142.22 points lower, or 0.5% at 26,807.77 after falling more than 200 points at one point.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi launched a formal impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump on Tuesday, yielding to pressure from Democrats and plunging a deeply divided nation into an election-year clash between Congress and the commander in chief.

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