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Public Health and Climate Change: Hydraulic Fracturing in Maryland?

January 14, 2014
Potomac, Maryland

Time: 7:00 - 9:00 pm

Gina Angiola, MD will discuss the climate, environmental and public health risks of hydraulic fracturing and the current effort in Maryland to develop best management practices that would allow hydraulic fracturing to occur in the western part of the state. The event will be held in a private home in Potomac, Maryland. Please RSVP to Tim Whitehouse at twhitehouse@psr.org or 240-246-4492.

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