Colorado’s Secretary of State announced that two controversial oil and gas initiatives didn’t get enough signatures to make it on the November ballot. Inside Energy looks at the numbers behind the story.
In Colorado, the race is on to gather enough signatures to get two controversial oil and gas related initiatives onto the ballot by the August 8th deadline. Contributions to groups both for and against these measures have skyrocketed over the past few weeks. Campaigns on the ground are heating up.
The Denver Post reveals how the historic compromise was brokered earlier this month that kept anti-fracking ballot initiatives from reaching voters this November.