Colorado Dem faces flak for fracking fight

Polis getting bipartisan fire for campaign

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A University of Colorado Leeds School of Business study released in March found that a statewide ban on hydraulic fracturing would cost $12 billion in lost gross-domestic product, 93,000 fewer jobs and a tax hit of $985 million between 2015 and 2040.



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