Trump administration approves California gas fracking plan

Oil and gas companies will gain fracking leases on California public land under a Trump administration energy plan. Environmental groups protested it. Fresno and Monterey counties to see most wells.
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Fracking chemicals dumped in the Allegheny River a decade ago are still showing up in mussels: Study

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