A year after Denton, anti-fracking movement reassesses how to reclaim momentum

Dallas Morning News: The swell in anti-fracking protest in Texas last year caused an international sensation. Residents in the most oil rich of states standing up to an industry worth hundreds of billions of dollars a year. Media outlets from around the globe poured into Denton last November, to report on a campaign to ban hydraulic fracturing in city limits – forcing a referendum in which 59 percent of voters told the oil and gas drillers to get out. But that victory was quickly rendered symbolic once the Texas......

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