With a New Pennsylvania Governor, Lawmakers Push to Move Drilling Sites From Communities April 17, 2023

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“I have no hope that this is going to go anywhere,” says Ned Ketyer, president at Physicians for Social Responsibility-Pennsylvania…Ketyer is supportive of the bill and grateful for its introduction, but maintains that setbacks will not be as effective for protecting human health or the environment as a full-fledged halt on the practice. “It’s never been done safely, and it won’t be done safely,” Ketyer says. “You can set back things if you want. The fact is that this has to stop.”

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