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August 20, 2014 1:16 PM

Fracking opponents make voices heard at Raleigh hearing

Fracking foes booed, jeered, hissed, chanted, snickered, sang and wept at a Raleigh public hearing to express their opposition to proposed rules that would pave the way for shale gas exploration in North Carolina next year.

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