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Stakeholders Hope CORE Act Gets New Chance in Congress in 2021

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Amy Hadden Marsh
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Ranchers, conservationists, hunters, anglers, and recreationists gather in the heart of the Thompson Divide.

The Colorado Outdoor Recreation Economy Act would protect 400,000 acres of public lands across the state, including the Thompson Divide near Carbondale. It was introduced in Congress in 2019 but has yet to become law. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh spoke with locals who have worked on these issues for over a decade.

This story is part of a collaboration of Rocky Mountain Community Radio Network stations, reporting on fossil fuels.

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