Businesses urge BLM to rethink Bush-era stance toward oil shale

Club 20 and the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce got it wrong when they asked the Bureau of Land Management to stick with the George W. Bush plan for oil shale, two western Colorado…




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The chamber and Club 20 are wrong. Water WILL be an issue with oil shale development. Whoever has the most money will buy the water rights from agricultural and recreational uses. We should carefully consider moving toward a one-economy county to a very diverse economy. Research is fine but at this point, it’s premature to support oil shale development.

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