Thanks in part to the efforts of local counties, a natural gas marketing initiative that the state of Colorado helped form and later walked away from has quickly been growing into a regional force.

The continuing addition of partners to what is now called the Western States and Tribal Nations initiative is making the state of Colorado looking ever-more conspicuous in its failure to participate.

The state of New Mexico is the latest to join the group, as announced this week. Wyoming also joined this year, as did Ute Indian tribes and even Baja California in Mexico, making the endeavor multinational in scope.

Read more at The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel.

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