How a Legal Loophole Allows Gas Leaks to Keep on Flowing February 13, 2024

Aerial shot of fracking sites
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“It is a well-established and proven fact that fracking scars the landscape, pollutes the air and water, degrades the environment, and makes people living near gas wells and other infrastructure sick,” Physicians for Social Responsibility said in its reaction to the CNX agreement.

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