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Marcellus Shale dispute bubbling up in northeast Pennsylvania
Posted on Sun, Jul 04, 2010
DAMASCUS, Pa. - Tim Coulter's farm in this rocky corner of northeastern Pennsylvania is in financial trouble. He's sold off the livestock. There's no market for the timber. And with only 121 acres left, Coulter can't carve off any more of the land that his family has owned for five generations.
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