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Coloradans living near drilling operations recount health issues -- Denver Post Article

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Battlement Mesa resident Dave Devanney sets up vacuum test canisters her and other western Colorado residents use to monitor air from oil and gas operations near their homes. (Bruce Finley, The Denver Post)  Battlement Mesa resident Dave Devanney sets up vacuum test canisters her and other western Colorado residents use to monitor air from oil and gas operations near their homes. (Bruce Finley, The Denver Post)

Colorado regulators edged toward setting a rule requiring slightly bigger buffers between homes and oil and gas drilling operations — with provisions for companies to seek exceptions. But conflict over expanding oil and gas operations intensified. Community groups staged a street protest outside the state capitol, where activists called for a ban on drilling, and environment groups met with lawmakers. (FOR COMPLETE ARTICLE SEE LINK BELOW)

FOR COMPLETE ARTICLE:   http://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_22342757

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