The Marcellus Shale Debate: A Town Hall Meeting
Western Pennsylvania is sitting on what seems like an endless source of natural gas. The drilling promises jobs to a struggling economy, but at what cost? Environmental groups fear the drilling is a disaster waiting to happen and some homeowners say the process has already contaminated their drinking water.
The Marcellus Shale Debate: A Town Hall Meeting aired on Nov 04, 2010.
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