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Report: PA water supplies damaged

According to records obtained by the Scranton Times-Tribune, the water supplies of over 160 homes, churches, farms, and businesses have been damaged by oil and gas development.
The documents are from the state's Department of Environmental Protection.  An agency spokesperson told the paper the shift of development from western parts of the state to other parts which don't have a long history of exploration means an adjustment period for drillers.

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