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Managing Attorney Deborah Goldberg On The Dark Side Of The Fracking Boom

Managing Attorney Deborah Goldberg discusses the Northeast regional office's litigation on fracking, a controversial form of extreme gas drilling that can contaminate the air and water.

Managing Attorney Deborah Goldberg: "The oil and gas industry is very successfully externalizing a lot of the costs. So the environmental impacts, the health impacts, the property impacts are being borne by the public."

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