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A controversial natural gas and oil drilling process called fracking is getting a lot of attention in Annapolis this year.
Maryland Senators are supporting a bill that would put a two year stop to any fracking in the state.
A Senate environmental committee is supporting watered down legislation aimed at limiting fracking in Maryland.
Lawmakers in both chambers of the Maryland General Assembly are taking a stand against fracking.
Maryland senators on Friday showed signs of cooperation on the topic of fracking, adopting two amendments to a bill opponents worried was another way of banning the natural gas drilling method.
A bill to hold fracking companies more responsible for damages they cause remained intact after senators defeated an amendment Thursday that would have removed words describing the natural gas extraction process as “ultrahazardous and abnormally dangerous.”
The Maryland Attorney General’s office is weighing in on a bill to hold fracking companies more responsible for personal injury and property damage.
Frostburg State University students are recording public comments about prospects for natural gas drilling in western Maryland.
A new study by the U.S. Geological Survey says more data is needed to be able to say for sure if a link exists between unconventional oil and gas development and degraded water quality.
Bob Orr is worried what fracking might do to Deep Creek Lake. Tiffany Blackden is scared for her son.