The House Science Committee this week will tackle a bill unveiled by Rep. Lamar Smith, R-Texas, that would require modifications to the Environmental Protection Agency's hydraulic fracturing impact study. "Estimates or descriptions of probability, uncertainty, and consequence shall be as quantitative as possible given the validity, accuracy, precision, and other quality attributes of the underlying data and analyses, but no more quantitative than the data and analyses can support," the bill states.

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