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Monday, August 14, 2017

Western Md. Residents On Potomac Pipeline Plans: ‘Disaster Waiting To Happen’

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A proposed pipeline under the Potomac continues to stir up controversy. Dozens of activists took to the waters near Sharpsburg, and called for the project to be shut down before it even starts.

WJZ’s Rick Ritter has a closer look at the concerns.

The project would eventually carry gas produced by fracking, which is a major concern for residents in Washington County. They’re now calling for Governor Hogan to reject the project.

There was a powerful showing in western Maryland on Friday, with voices that are begging to be heard.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Good for them. This fracking is horrible. Just look at the earthquakes it's causing out west.