EPA's Jackson requests $14 million for fracking studies

02/28/2012 | Hill, The · International Business Times

The Environmental Protection Agency needs $14 million to finance joint government-agency studies on the potential effects of hydraulic fracturing, EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson said. "This budget continues EPA's ongoing congressionally directed hydraulic fracturing study, which we have taken great steps to ensure is independent, peer reviewed and based on strong and scientifically defensible data," Jackson said at a House panel hearing.

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