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Colorado city fighting climate change with rule allowing only six gas stations

Summary by Ground News
The town of Louisville, Colorado, passed an ordinance Tuesday night limiting the number of gas stations allowed to operate within town to only six. The City Council passed the ordinance unanimously, according to the Colorado Hometown Weekly, as part of an effort to combat climate change.

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