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Democrats in Colorado are deeply split over energy issues, particularly how to regulate the drilling practice known as hydraulic fracturing.
These divisions were on display at the party assembly Saturday, where the Colorado Democratic Party officially opposed the Keystone XL pipeline, while anti-fracking protesters interrupted a speech by Gov. John Hickenlooper, questioning his support of the oil and gas industry.
The pipeline resolution was adopted on a two-thirds voice vote, according to the Colorado Observer. It encourages President Obama to oppose construction of the pipeline, even though a Democratic polling organization found that most Coloradans support it.