Environment

November 7, 2013 3:00 AM

Colorado cities’ fracking bans could be canary in a coalmine

Three Colorado cities voted Tuesday to ban fracking, the kind of test that might be coming to states from California to North Carolina as oil and gas drilling surges from coast to coast.

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