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Very informative article. As a born and raised marylander who recently recieved his B.S. in environmental science from The University of Scranton up there in "NEPA", this article is near and dear to my heart. I hope things can work out for everyone: the residents who have wells close to these drilling operations, the proponents of clean renweable fuel, and the environmentalists protecting the natural world, the chesapeake, and public health.

I had no clue how this was being done, or the impact it has on the environment. This is not good. Are there any cleaner alternatives to this extraction process?

"Komoroski said that while Fiorentino is "a good person and an honest person," he disputed her claim that her well actually blew up."

WOW. Just Wow.

Very enlightening...good report

Not long before, Ken Komoroski said it was "impossible" that Cabot's gas drilling contaminated Norma's water. They have steadfastly denied responsibility for any of the contamination in the vicinity of Dimock. Today a group of Dimock residents announced a lawsuit against Cabot, and held a press conference. Norma is a good and honest person, and Ken Komoroski is a prevaricator, a manipulator, and an equivocator. Now that a federal lawsuit is in motion, our neighbors will finally get some answers to the questions plaguing all of us. No thanks to Cabot.

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