Gov. Hickenlooper apologizes to conservation groups
Hickenlooper told FOX31 Denver in an interview that he meant to celebrate a new rule that forces companies to disclose more chemicals used during hydraulic fracturing. The process involves using chemicals, water and sand to break apart rock to release natural gas.
"What we should have done is reached out to the environmental community and asked if they were okay with the language," Hickenlooper told Fox 31.
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