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July 14, 2014 12:00 AM

Perryman study says Denton fracking ban would cost city millions

A ban on hydraulic fracturing being considered by the Denton City Council on Tuesday would cause a potential loss of $251.4 million in economic activity and 2,000 jobs, according to The Perryman Group.

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