Adams County residents want to stop pipeline near their homes

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BRIGHTON, Colo. -- Workers are building the Front Range Pipeline in Brighton. It's part of a project that's several hundred miles long that will carry natural gas from Weld County to the Texas panhandle.

But residents in Adams County are concerned about the pipeline running near their homes. They're attending a meeting Monday to see if they can stop it.

After several hours of debate, the pipeline was not approved. The vote was 2-1.

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