Going to the gasroots

Gilman, Sarah
August 2008
High Country News;8/4/2008, Vol. 40 Issue 14, p6
The article discusses the mobilization of oil and gas companies in Colorado. It notes on the oil and gas industry in a public relation (PR) campaign against on a proposal for tighter controls over the natural gas drilling in the state which threatens the stability of the industry as well as the state economy and a possible number of people will lost their jobs on this aspect. Moreover, it cites on the support of rural West to the oil and gas industry, however, President George W. Bush's administration has intended to push through the domestic energy development which has stimulated the population growth the local state.


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