Thursday, July 31, 2014
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Marcellus Crash Course

We've talked a bit here about the prospects for a natural gas extraction tax, and the campaign finance issues that arise from the process of deciding on one. Today, John Baer backs up and explains this whole natural gas thing in a friendly Q-&-A format. Worth checking out if all this "fracking" talk has made your head spin.

Marcellus Crash Course

We've talked a bit here about the prospects for a natural gas extraction tax, and the campaign finance issues that arise from the process of deciding on one. Today, John Baer backs up and explains this whole natural gas thing in a friendly Q-&-A format. Worth checking out if all this "fracking" talk has made your head spin.

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