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In Dimock, Pa., the story continues
Posted on Fri, Aug 24, 2012
More than three years after residents in Dimock complained that Marcellus Shale gas drilling polluted their drinking water, the lawsuits are getting settled, the wells are getting cleaned up, and the activists are going away. But the battle scars are deep and unhealed in this Susquehanna County town whose name has become synonymous with fracking.
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