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Vote on new Colorado drilling rules delayed

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DENVER (AP) — Colorado regulators are delaying a vote on new rules that would require bigger buffer zones around oil and gas wells. The proposal isn't satisfying many in the state's populated Front Range or in some rural counties. The proposal calls for placing wells at least 500 feet from buildings. Some environmental groups want 1,000-foot buffers. Others worry that requiring even 500 feet...

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