DENVER — Anti-drilling advocacy group Safe & Healthy Colorado said it will start a new signature-gathering effort to put a question to the voters in the November elections requiring a buffer between heavily-populated areas and oil wells, weeks after a similar measure was canceled by its sponsor.

Under Initiative 174 as proposed by the Denver-based group, any new oil and gas development would be banned from being built within 2,500 feet of homes, schools, hospitals, public areas and areas…

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