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The Colorado Gas Wars: Where Things Fall Apart, for There is No Center


That day is coming. The state has an arbitrary 500-foot setback requirement for new wells from existing homes, but in Colorado’s regulatory circus, developers can build homes virtually as close as they want to existing wells and even on top of old ...


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