Suit challenges drilling on public land in Colorado, Utah
The lawsuit was filed by Rocky Mountain Wild, National Parks Conservation Association, Center for Biological Diversity and WildEarth Guardians.
They argue that drilling will worsen ground-level ozone in the area, which they say already exceeds federal standards.
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The district’s roadmap to reopening school buildings in August outlines three scenarios, including a full or modified return to classrooms. or a return to distance learning via online platforms, depending on the health risk come mid-summer.