Fifty eight percent of those polled nationwide say cities should be able to ban hydraulic fracturing, even if state law otherwise permits it, according to a poll by the University of Texas at Austin.
Fifty eight percent of those polled nationwide say cities should be able to ban hydraulic fracturing, even if state law otherwise permits it, according to a poll by the University of Texas at Austin. Rodger Mallison Star-Telegram archives
Fifty eight percent of those polled nationwide say cities should be able to ban hydraulic fracturing, even if state law otherwise permits it, according to a poll by the University of Texas at Austin. Rodger Mallison Star-Telegram archives

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