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Tell the Denver Post that journalism is not for sale!

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The latest advertising ploy from the oil and gas industry front group, Coloradans for Responsible Energy Development (CRED), tricks Denver Post readers into thinking the fake, industry sponsored stories published as a part of the "Energy and Environment" section on the Post's website are real news on fracking.

These stories use the same font and layout as real Denver Post articles trying to pass CRED's version of facts off as real news. This paid advertising effort is yet another attempt by CRED to validate its dwindling credibility.

Send a message to Mac Tully, President and CEO of the Denver Post, and tell him to pull this fake fracking news section immediately!

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