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The Desert Sun | April 07, 2014 | by Morris Beschloss
Even more disconcerting is that the “slam dunk” job creation of hydraulic fracturing for oil and natural gas is facing aggressive obstacles from the EPA, government regulations, and such civic allies as the Sierra Club and California’s Air Resources Board. The latter is particularly disconcerting since economically distressed California sits on the nation’s largest “shale” for fracking, which could generate $75 billion in additional revenues, with as many as 150,000 new jobs, according to a University of Southern California published study.
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