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Safety Advocates Support New Silica Rule At Hearing In Washington D.C.

Dan Neal, with the Equality State Policy Center testified about the hazardous exsposure to workers during hydraulic fracturing.

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Pavillion Still Awaiting Water Test Results [Audio]

Residents near Pavillion will have to wait even longer whether hydraulic fracturing contaminated their water. Amy Richards reports. A new study says the Natrona County Library may need more then $3

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Wyoming Supreme Court (KOWB)
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Wyo. Supreme Court Hears Fracking Disclosure Case

The Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday and will rule in writing later.

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Study: Fracking Chemicals Didn’t Spread

A landmark federal study on hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, shows no evidence that chemicals from the natural gas drilling process moved up to contaminate drinking water at a western Pennsylvania drilling site

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Residents and Environmentalists: Confict of Interest in States Fracking Investigation

The EPA theorized in 2011 the petroleum industry practice of hydraulic fracturing may have contaminated the groundwater near the town of Pavillion. The EPA now says it won't finish or have outside experts review the research.

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University of Wyoming (Amy Richards\TSM)
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Few Wyoming College Students Ask To Carry Concealed Weapons on Campus [AUDIO]

An Associated Press analysis finds that in Wyoming and six other states, the vast majority of counties where fracking is used are also suffering from drought. Doug Randall has the details. Trevor T. Trujillo reports that security officials at Wyoming colleges say few students are asking for permission to carry concealed weapons on campus. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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BLM Extends Comment Period on Proposed Fracking Rules [AUDIO]

Gas prices in Wyoming increased slightly in the last week. Doug Randall reports. The Bureau of Land Management has extended the comment period on the agency's proposed hydraulic fracturing rules. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News. 

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BLM Seeking Comments on Revised Fracking Rules

The Department of the Interior Thursday announced the release of an updated draft proposal that would establish common sense safety standards for hydraulic fracturing on public and Indian lands. Following the release of an initial draft proposal in 2012, Interior received exte

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Gov. Mead Applauds Fracking Decision

Governor Matt Mead said he is pleased with District Judge Catherine Wilking's order affirming Wyoming's policy regarding the disclosure of hydraulic fracturing components. Environmental groups had requested the ingredient lists from the Wyoming Oil and Gas conservation commission, arguing that the public needs to know what chemicals companies are putting underground

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EPA Releases Fracking Update [AUDIO]

FMC Corporation and local emergency management in Sweetwater County developed a plan to deal with subsidence from trona mining. Doug Randall reports. The Environmental Protection Agency released a progress report Friday on its research into potential impacts of natural gas hydraulic fracturing and drilling on drinking water. The update does not come to any conclusions. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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