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Fracking around the Web: New Findings, New Laws, Not-so-new Questions

, , former analyst, Center for Science & Democracy

In a landscape of undisclosed chemicals, inadequate federal protections, and rising reports of contamination, communities are having to make difficult decisions about how to handle unconventional oil and gas development on the basis of limited information. Read more >

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Congress Wants to Keep the Feds Out of Fracking: Bad Idea

, director, Center for Science & Democracy

In July, before our Science and Democracy forum on fracking, I wrote about the important role the federal government has to play, working with state and local government, to address the risks of hydraulic fracturing and the associated development of unconventional oil and gas resources. Apparently, members of the U.S. House of Representatives didn’t read my blog. Read more >

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