Maryland Fracking Ban Bill Dies in Senate

Good news in the state of Maryland, a state (like New York) considering legislation to delay or outright ban hydraulic fracturing (fracking). Each year the Maryland legislature meets for just 90 days to consider new legislation. During the current session now under way, a bill was introduced in the Senate that would outright ban the miracle of hydraulic fracturing. That bill has, thankfully, died in committee.

However, a moratorium (temporary ban) bill in the General Assembly is still very much alive…

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