:Forgotten. Did the State of Colorado Leave Residents with Bad Water? 
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Not a Series  Forgotten. Did the State of Colorado Leave Residents with Bad Water?  Part Two:  
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H2O Radio  Documentaries  For non-profit use only. 
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In part one of H2O Radio's story about water contamination in southern Colorado's Raton Basin we heard from a homeowner who had much frustration after gas drilling came to her rural area, both with the industry and the state agency in charge of regulating oil and gas activities "the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, or "COGCC." The COGCC wrote a report saying the contamination in wells was naturally occurring, even though many residents had baseline testing showing it wasn't there before drilling started. So was the report good science? H2O Radio put it to some experts.    
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Part two of a two-part story   
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Environment | Water Pollution | Public Health and Safety | Governance / Law | Earth Sciences | Science in Society  
 
 
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View Script    01-26-2016  English 
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