A bill that would radically overhaul the state commission regulating oil and gas development in Colorado has been put on hold. Lawmakers met with industry representatives this week to try and work out a compromise, but neither side is optimistic. Backers of reform say a more diverse regulatory commission would create a balanced approach to energy extraction, but the oil and gas industry says it would hurt the state’s economy.

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