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Nov. !2. 2014, Mandeville LA, Concerned citizens attend a drilling permit hearing at the Lakeshore High School gym. If the Drilling permit is approved by the Department of Natural Recourses, the state agency that regulates the oil and gas industry, fracking could start in St. Tammany Parish which is sits atop the the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale. The local government and community groups are challenging the hydraulic fracturing industry from drilling in in St. Tammany becuase with multiple lawsuits.
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Anti-Fracking FIght In St. Tammany Parish LA, Environmentalist and Environmental Activists
Nov. !2. 2014, Mandeville LA, Concerned citizens attend a drilling permit hearing at the Lakeshore High School gym. If the Drilling permit is approved by the Department of Natural Recourses, the state agency that regulates the oil and gas industry, fracking could start in St. Tammany Parish which is sits atop the the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale. The local government and community groups are challenging the hydraulic fracturing industry from drilling in in St. Tammany becuase with multiple lawsuits.