Letter to the editor: I’ll be voting Yes on Amendment 112

Posted 10/11/18

Why?

Who paid young people to interfere with petition gathering?

Who paid signature gatherers to stop collecting and violate their contract with Colorado Rising?

Who has fought common …

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Letter to the editor: I’ll be voting Yes on Amendment 112

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Why?
Who paid young people to interfere with petition gathering?
Who paid signature gatherers to stop collecting and violate their contract with Colorado Rising?
Who has fought common sense regulations at every turn?
Who is regulated by the COGCC yet pays COGCC salaries?
Who exports 88 percent of the oil fracked while touting our energy independence?
Who, in reaction to the setback, has helped to fund Amendment 74 so any rules requiring the oil and gas industry to protect clean water or clean air = taxpayers paying these multi-billion dollar companies all of the money they could have made if they were allowed to pollute or to invade neighborhoods?
Who keeps touting their safety record when COGCC rules require self-reporting only of fires or explosions that have caused harm “to a member of the general public which requires medical treatment” or “significant damage to equipment or well site.”
Who claims that they are an indispensable part of the Colorado economy when in 2016-2017 they paid only .6 percent tax rate?
Answer: Oil and Gas.
Valerie L. Passerini,
Lakewood

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