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Radioactive waste could settle permanently in Ohio

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By Laura Hurst

February 11, 2014

Marcellus, Utica, Point Pleasant. Hailing from Pennsylvania and studying in Ohio, such names ring many depressing and unsettling bells for me.

In Ohio, the threat of fracking looms over the lives of many. With a monetary backing from the fracking industry, Governor John Kasich has plans to increase the number of fracked wells to over 4,000 in the next four years.

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Tagged with: fracking, ohio, radioactive waste


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