Weld County commissioners OK ballot question for state secession

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Weld joins 10 counties in effort to create 51st state

By Ben Wiebesiek

GREELEY — Weld County ommissioners voted unanimously Aug. 19 to allow residents to vote on whether or not they would like the board to pursue the creation of a 51st state during this year’s November election.
    The push to secede from Colorado gained steam after Weld County started meeting with other counties across the northeast corner of the state to explore options to get rural voices heard at the state Capitol.

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