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Democratically Speaking

A column by Dennis Obduskey, Vice Chair, Park County Democrats

Posted: Friday, April 27, 2012 3:21 pm

Taking care of our water via the Colorado Constitution

“Will You Miss Me When I’m Gone?” is the name of an old country tune first made famous by the Carter Family in the 1920s. It just as well could be the theme song for two initiatives hoping to make the November ballot related to water rights through amendment of our state constitution. Will we miss clean water when it’s gone?

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