Colorado considers bill to make it easier to sue Big Oil over fracking earthquakes

Grist: If you were under the impression that ordinary people couldn’t do much to hold Big Oil companies directly accountable for the environmental havoc they wreak, you definitely weren`t alone. But, if a bill currently making its way through Colorado’s state legislature becomes reality, Coloradans harmed by quakes linked to the fracking boom may be able to sue frackers. The bill, HB16-1310, would hold companies liable for physical injuries and damage to property caused by the recent spate of unusual......

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