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ALL POLITICS IS LOCAL: VARYING RESPONSES TO REGULATION OF HYDRAULIC FRACTURING

35 No. 17 WJENV 1By Peter McGrath, Esq., Moore & Allen Westlaw Journal Environmental (Approx. 5 pages)

ALL POLITICS IS LOCAL: VARYING RESPONSES TO REGULATION OF HYDRAULIC FRACTURING

35 No. 17 WJENV 1By Peter McGrath, Esq., Moore & Allen Westlaw Journal Environmental (Approx. 5 pages)

35 No. 17 Westlaw Journal Environmental 1
Westlaw Journal Environmental
*1 March 18, 2015
Commentary
By Peter McGrath, Esq., Moore & Allenaa1
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ALL POLITICS IS LOCAL: VARYING RESPONSES TO REGULATION OF HYDRAULIC FRACTURING

Peter McGrath of Moore & Allen discusses the two different paths the states of North Carolina and New York have taken in the regulation of hydraulic fracturing in natural gas drilling.
North Carolina has recently taken steps to allow hydraulic...
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