As Maryland Gets Ready to Frack, Will New Gov Change Regs?

Two members of the Maryland Marcellus Shale Advisory Commission, writing in the Baltimore Sun yesterday, say that with only a few weeks left before new rules to allow Marcellus Shale drilling in western Maryland go into effect, the state’s newly elected Republican governor, Larry Hogan, has “every right to thoroughly review, modify or even pull back the draft regulations.” But the two commission members–Harry Weiss, a partner at the Ballard Spahr law firm, and Jeffrey Kupfer, former deputy secretary at the U.S. Dept. of Energy–say before Hogan goes changing things, he should consider…

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