March 26, 2012

Natural Gas Isn't a 'Kinder, Gentler' Energy

Michael Brune, USA Today


AP

The natural gas industry that we know today is dirty, dangerous and putting American families at risk. While so many are focused on the quick profits to be made off this resource, natural gas drillers remain exempt from aspects of landmark health and environmental protections such as the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act and the Safe Drinking Water Act. . .

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