Residents of Loveland voted against a moratorium on fracing on June 24, the first city in Colorado to do so.

Loveland is the sixth Colorado city to put a halt on fracing to a vote according to the Coloradoan.  The other five—Boulder, Fort Collins, Lafayette, Broomfield and Longmont—have put delays, bans, or restrictions on fracing. Loveland has passed restrictions in the past. According to the Associated Press, the city imposed a moratorium in May 2012 and some “enhanced setback standards” in April 2013.

Ballot Pedia reported that the June 24...

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