Colorado Rising Action - Colorado’s Energy Jobs Petition

Colorado’s Energy Jobs Petition

Sign the petition to support the oil and gas sector and more than 200,000 Colorado jobs, and tell left-wing extremists that we will continue to protect our beautiful outdoors without killing Colorado energy.

Extreme environmental groups have submitted signatures to include a Constitutional amendment on the November ballot that is aimed at destroying Colorado’s oil and natural gas industries.

The ballot initiative would require the distance of new oil and gas wells from some buildings, and other areas local and state authorities classify as “vulnerable areas,” to more than double. Add up the impact, and affordable oil and natural gas energy in Colorado will be a thing of the past.

Extreme groups want to regulate the industry out of business, but the fact is that Colorado already has some of the toughest regulations in the country. Legislation in our energy-rich state has made sure that we are protecting our environment at the same time.

Sign the petition


Support the oil and gas industry and more than 200,000 Colorado jobs, and tell left-wing extremists that we will continue to protect our beautiful outdoors without killing an industry.




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