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EPA will study effects of fracking in seven locations

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today announced seven sites for its ongoing and congressionally mandated study of the potential impacts of the natural gas drilling process of hydraulic fracturing on drinking water supplies
Jul 31, 2020

EPA will study effects of fracking in seven locations

EPA will study effects of fracking in seven locations

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today announced seven sites for its ongoing and congressionally mandated study of the potential impacts of the natural gas drilling process of hydraulic fracturing on drinking water supplies
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today announced seven sites for its ongoing and congressionally mandated study of the potential impacts of the natural gas drilling process of hydraulic fracturing on drinking water supplies
Jul 31, 2020

Candidates in Iowa’s SD 18 election face off in debate

Candidates in Iowa’s SD 18 election face off in debate

MARION — If voters in Iowa Senate District 18 were hoping to hear anything new from the candidates, they were likely disappointed when Democrat Liz Mathis and Republican Cindy Golding provided a rare joint appearance at local school Wednesday night. The debate, organized and jointly hosted by KCRG-TV and The Gazette, was an opportunity for side-by-side comparisons of the candidates — something that hasn’t been freely available during this whirlwind special election to replace Democrat Swati Dandekar who vacated the seat in order to accept a gubernatorial appointment to the Iowa Utilities Board. Liz Mathis Mathis, a former TV news anchor who currently works with a nonprofit agency that advocates for child welfare and co-owns a business with her husband, pressed hard for education reforms, noting that quality education was a key to economic prosperity.
MARION — If voters in Iowa Senate District 18 were hoping to hear anything new from the candidates, they were likely disappointed when Democrat Liz Mathis and Republican Cindy Golding provided a rare joint appearance at local school Wednesday night. The debate, organized and jointly hosted by KCRG-TV and The Gazette, was an opportunity for side-by-side comparisons of the candidates — something that hasn’t been freely available during this whirlwind special election to replace Democrat Swati Dandekar who vacated the seat in order to accept a gubernatorial appointment to the Iowa Utilities Board. Liz Mathis Mathis, a former TV news anchor who currently works with a nonprofit agency that advocates for child welfare and co-owns a business with her husband, pressed hard for education reforms, noting that quality education was a key to economic prosperity.
Jul 31, 2020
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