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Uploaded on Jul 24, 2013
The House Science, Space and Technology subcommittees on Energy and the Environment held a joint hearing today examining the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) multi-year study on hydraulic fracturing. In recent months, the EPA has misled the public about possible groundwater contamination linked to hydraulic fracturing, only to back-peddle when the facts came to light. The latest instance of the agency's sloppy, agenda-driven conclusions is the Pavillion, WY case. The hearing was intended to evaluate if the EPA had learned any lessons from its previous mistakes in the context of its ongoing study.