Loveland voters fracking ban rejection seen victory Colorado battle

Business Journal: Loveland voters voted against a measure that would have imposed a two-year moratorium on hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, within the town’s borders about an hour north of Denver. The tally was 9,942 in favor, and 10,844 against the measure, according to Loveland’s city elections website. B.J. Nikkel who has campaigned against fracking bans in other northern Colorado elections, credited the victory in Loveland to “an unprecedented coalition of citizens and civic leaders [who] came together......

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