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Colleen4Denver Sep 25
I fully support prop 112. Green energy is an environmental issue, a health issue and a homeland security issue.
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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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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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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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John Noël Nov 1
. is an astroturf bad faith outfit. They cite the "draft" & drinking water study on their website. The final version was significantly revised to confirm that fracking has already impacted water supplies & outlined risks in the full water cycle.
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Will Toor Oct 27
My latest column in the .Why I am voting for Prop 112 (and yes, the extremism of the oil and gas industry attacking health safety and environmental protection with Amendment 74 is part of the answer).
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K. Morse Sep 25
Take a stand for health and quality of life.
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Mike MacFerrin, PhD Nov 6
This is why CO’s Prop 112 includes waterways. “There is still oil residue and sludge running through the Animas Citizens Ditch, which is still running and will interface with the Animas River,” said Elena Lozano.
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Candice Kim Oct 29
Wow! endorsing the same 2500 ft health and safety buffer we are fighting for in LA with ! Health and safety buffers protect communities on the front lines of dangerous drilling! Good luck to all our colleagues working on the campaign!
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Denver DSA🌹 Oct 16
YES on Proposition 112, obviously.
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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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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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Craig C Thomas Nov 4
If you have not voted yet in CO, vote Tuesday . It's about public safety and quality of life, not loss of jobs. Don't be fooled by oil & gas industry.
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John Whitney Nov 6
Ok everyone in Colorado and
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Fuel Our Schools Nov 4
Your friends and neighbors wouldn’t drill next to your children. A friend or neighbor would respect your environment and your health. A friend or neighbor wouldn’t threaten you with their deep pockets and politically connected billionaires.
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J. Anne Nov 2
Mix that with possible radioactive particulates & contamination of H2O sources for Standley Lake; water supply for 300,000+; both possible if drilling happens at Rocky Flats. Public comments until 11/22. cc:
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I AM THE CONTEXT Oct 12
"Save our jobs - Vote No on Prop 112" Jobs mean nothing to Colorado when your fracking takes ours homes, destroys our schools, tarnishes the beauty of our state, and puts countless lives in danger. Life > Big energy revenue Vote - Stop fracking near our homes!
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Brett Fleishman Nov 7
The biggest obstacle to commonsense climate policies like CO , "the sheer force of the fossil fuel industry’s seemingly endless capacity to pour money into elections." by
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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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