Critics Welcome “Fracking” Jobs, Still Call For Regulation

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The shaded areas show the extent of shale formations that geologists say are trapping massive deposits of oil and natural gas.(Photo: File photo)
The shaded areas show the extent of shale formations that geologists say are trapping massive deposits of oil and natural gas.(Photo: File photo)

Ohio could enjoy a big economic boom…if oil and gas drilling in underground shale continues to mushroom. That’s the bottom line of a new economic impact study funded by backers of the drilling industry and the controversial drilling technique known as “fracking.”

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