Both the Maryland House and Senate pass bills restricting hydraulic fracturing
Both chambers of the Maryland General Assembly passed separate bills Tuesday aimed at curbing hydraulic fracturing in the state. The measures are the most aggressive action the legislature has taken against fracing to date, reports The Baltimore Sun.

The Maryland House of Delegates passed a three-year ban on fracing and the Senate approved new legal standards that will make drillers liable for their “ultrahazardous and abnormally dangerous” activities. Each bill...


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