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Reaction to New York state's decision not to decide for six months on whether to allow fracking:...

Reaction to New York state's decision not to decide for six months on whether to allow fracking: Gas industry officials and landowners wanted fracking to get started but are relieved that the state - and not outside experts, as environmental groups had wanted - will assess the effects on public health. But with tumbling natural gas prices, firms aren't likely to drill in NY until prices rebound.
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  • Ted Bear
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    Until they discover an endless supply of water on Mars, fracking on any major scale in the US--particularly NY--is DOA.


    You can't use our last scarce resource to further enrich the coffers of big oil, and politicians.


    Or can you?
    21 Sep 2012, 07:59 PM Reply Like
  • anonymous#12
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    Yes, we can. Here in the US politicians are muscled by the power and influence Big Energy companies have.


    Profit before anything. That's why we have the most expensive healthcare system in the world. Out of pocket costs can send into bankruptcy middle class families in a heartbeat.
    21 Sep 2012, 09:30 PM Reply Like
  • JohntheOld
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    Maybe you should consider how much water is polluted by problems with the infastructure that does not need to be repaired. How much water is polluted by coal mining?
    24 Sep 2012, 02:15 PM Reply Like
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