Washed and Crushed into Frack Sand is leaving Wisconsin daily by the train load.
Selling Wisconsin one car load at a time.
MinnPost photo by Joe Kimball
by Mary Bottari — December 7, 2012 - 9:27am
The Center for Media and Democracy's PRWatch
“A long-anticipated federal study released Wednesday for public comment concluded that the economic benefits of natural gas exports outweighed the potential for higher energy prices for consumers. The Obama administration has repeatedly said the study would be central to its decision on whether or not to approve expanded exports.
Do U.S. consumers really want the United States to get into the business of fracking for foreigners?”