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Anti–fracking demonstrators capture attention outside Colorado Springs City Hall on Dec. 11. Later that day, Councilors voted to delay a final vote on the city's controversial proposed oil and gas ordinance, which would approve drilling within city limits, including residential areas, until February.

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  • Anti–fracking demonstrators capture attention outside Colorado Springs City Hall on Dec. 11. Later that day, Councilors voted to delay a final vote on the city's controversial proposed oil and gas ordinance, which would approve drilling within city limits, including residential areas, until February.
  • 2012 The year in pictures
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  • Matthew Schniper
  • Dec 26, 2012
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