An EPA report released yesterday on contaminated water in Wyoming is sure to draw out political...

|By:, SA News Editor

An EPA report released yesterday on contaminated water in Wyoming is sure to draw out political hotheads on both sides, argues an op-ed in the LA Times. The anti-EPA faction of the GOP will call it a jobs killer, while environmentalists will try to leverage the report to win the battle over TransCanada's (TRP +0.5%) Keystone XL pipeline. Meanwhile, caught in the middle are the citizens of towns near fracking operations where their well water smells like a cross "something dead and diesel fuel."