Inspector General Finds EPA Justified in Intervening to Protect Drinking Water from Fracking | EcoWatch

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Today the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Inspector General found EPA Region 6 was justified in legally intervening to protect Parker County, TX residents’ drinking water from drilling impacts. At Sen. Inhofe’s (R-OK) request, the Inspector General investigated to determine if Region 6’s intervention against Range Resources was due to political influence by the Obama administration.

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2 thoughts on “Inspector General Finds EPA Justified in Intervening to Protect Drinking Water from Fracking | EcoWatch

  1. Yeah, I would say the EPA is justified in legally intervening to protect Parker County residents’ drinking water FROM CATCHING FIRE.

  2. Reblogged this on OK, Fine. and commented:
    This is a re-blog. It ‘s good to know that the EPA Inspector General finds the EPA justified in intervening to protect drinking water FROM CATCHING FIRE.

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