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CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jan 28, 2012
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(Studio: Maurice DuBois) President Obama's push to expand natural gas production reported; jobs statistics cited.

(New York: Tony Guida) The issue of whether natural gas fracking drilling in Pennsylvania by the Cabot Oil and Gas Co. is damaging the water supply featured; scenes shown from the township of Dimock, which has contaminated water. [Dimock resident Craig SAUTNER‡- says he looks for water; comments on the state's changed policies.] [Former department of environmental protection head John HANGER††- comments on the drilling.] How fracking works to free natural gas explained; diagrams shown. The coming EPA investigation of the water in Dimock noted.

DuBois, Maurice;
Guida, Tony

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