Natural gas supply, jobs and technique debate booming

USA Today: Robert Myers spends a lot of time hiking and fishing in state forests, "places where my grandfather went hunting," he says. But the hiking grounds for this Lock Haven, Pa., English professor and local activist are changing with what some critics say is the threat to the environment that comes as part of the latest boom: the hunt for natural gas. And Myers hates what it's doing to the Eastern forests. "It sickens me what the gas wells are doing to the places I love." Energy ......

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