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May 20, 2014 1:56 PM

Duke researchers say fracking enriches public finances through local taxes

Duke University researchers say fracking enriches the public finances through local taxes. Two Duke researchers analyzed data from 10 states with shale gas exploration and found that most came out ahead financially after fracking-based expenses were factored in.

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