More than 100,000 people want to keep fracking out of the Delaware River basin. What will Murphy do?

Murphy announces fracking ban

MICHAEL SOL WARREN / NJ.COM – Fracking is still big business in Pennsylvania.

More than 7,000 wells in the Keystone State have been sunk into the Marcellus Shale, reaching out through the ground to seek out and recover oil and gas.

But since the beginning, fracking has come with public health concerns. People worry that the chemical cocktails that are pumped through the ground to force out oil and gas will make their ways into drinking water supplies. And those same concerns surround the wastewater produced by the fracking process …

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