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Leonardo DiCaprio Oct 25
Join the movement to keep big money interests and dirty drilling out of Colorado. Vote . Find out more: .
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Bill McKibben Nov 5
Replying to @billmckibben
It should be said--Colorado's fracking "ban" is only a ban on fracking next to people's houses. The most modest of steps.
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Bill McKibben Nov 6
Outspent 40-1 by big oil, deserves huge respect for taking on the frackers. This fight will pay off big in the years to come!
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Al Gore Oct 29
I urge Colorado voters to vote to protect homes, schools, playgrounds and other vulnerable areas from fracking. As oil & gas spends millions to fight this, your citizen-led campaign can protect Coloradans and make climate justice history!
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Adam Cayton-Holland Nov 6
Hi! Colorado: fuck these out-of-state oil and gas interests.
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Bill McKibben Oct 19
So glad to be in Colorado with old friend fighting for safe setbacks for fracking wells. A very modest proposal that big oil is spending $30 million to kill.
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Bill McKibben Nov 5
Any energy left? Here's a link where you can make a final round of phone calls tonight to back Washington's carbon fee , Colorado's fracking ban , and the great Nebraskan public service commr candidate
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Colorado Values Oct 29
COGCC hearing docket has 52 pages of items. The requests for new “forced” pooling of mineral rights owners who won’t agree to sell or lease to operators cover 141 square miles of Colorado. Only 8 days until election. This abominable situation drives support for .
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Bill McKibben Oct 30
Big Oil is trying to drown clean energy voters in dirty cash
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Deanna Nov 6
Argh!! If you voted no on 112 I hope your glass of water doesn’t catch 🔥 fire. I thought we were all in this together and voting yes on 112.
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Bill McKibben Oct 20
In Colorado Springs this morning where canvassers are spreading out in the anti-fracking fight.
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Food & Water Watch Nov 5
“It is painful to see commercial after commercial after commercial." Big oil & gas companies are spending over $40 million to defeat Prop 112 to restrict fracking, but we're still fighting to win!
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AM is a Rockies, Broncos and Nuggets fan Nov 4
I am so tired of the damn "No on 112" commercials. It seems like every other commercial on TV or the radio.
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Christine O'Connor Oct 24
Whats wrong with wanting to protect "playgrounds....public parks, public open space, public and community drinking water sources, irrigation canals, reservoirs, lakes, rivers, perennial or intermittent streams, and creeks" from risks of ?
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chris davenport Nov 1
I live in Colorado because of the beauty of the outdoors and mountains. Fracking threatens everything I love about this State. Help protect it by voting
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Zach M. Oct 30
Dear Colorado, let’s make it easy here. No on 74. Yes on 112. Don’t let oil and gas companies pollute and endanger this state any more than they already have. No on 74. Yes on 112. No on 74. Yes on 112. Again, that’s... No on 74. Yes on 112.
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Adam Cayton-Holland Nov 5
COLORADO: - elect , and if you're in Aurora how about that ? Get some more checks and balances in the House. Vote. Send a message. And if it's your first time voting, hell yeah. You're the change we wish to see in the world.
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Mike MacFerrin, PhD Nov 4
Hickenlooper was a geologist from oil & gas. He’s never seen a drilling permit he doesn’t love and earned the adage Frackenlooper as a result. It’s not “R” vs “D” on this one, he’s proof positive either side can be bought by corporate cash. He’s 100% wrong on this.
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Denver DSA🌹 Oct 16
YES on Proposition 112, obviously.
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Oil Change U.S. Oct 30
Big Oil is trying to drown us out – but we're not going to let them! People Power >>> Big Oil's millions. Share this video widely to fight back against dirty energy money & make big gains for real action!
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