Fracking stopped in Florida Senate — for now

Palm Beach Post: A measure which supporters say would provide a framework to regulate hydraulic fracturing - or fracking - in Florida, but opponents denounce as a welcome mat for the high-risk industry was rejected Thursday by a key Senate panel. The Appropriations Committee killed the measure (SB 318) after three hours of debate. But a procedural move kept the bill alive - and the prospect it may gain another review by the committee in the Legislature`s scheduled closing two weeks. A similar bill (HB 191)......

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