Report offers options for new fracking rules in Michigan

Associated Press: University of Michigan researchers are releasing policy options the state could adopt in anticipation of a potential upswing in a natural gas development process known as "fracking." Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, is a process that uses high volumes of water, chemicals and sand to break apart rock deep underground and release trapped gas and oil. The process is widely debated in the U.S. Critics fear it could pollute water and cause other problems, while the industry says it's safe. Michigan......

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