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Fracking, Federalism, And Private Governance, Amanda Leiter Jan 2015

Fracking, Federalism, And Private Governance, Amanda Leiter

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The United States is in the midst of a natural gas boom, made possible by advances in drilling and extraction technologies. There is considerable disagreement about the relative benefits and costs of the boom, but one thing is certain: it has caught governments flat-footed. The federal government has done little more than commission a study of some associated public health and environmental risks. States have moved faster to address natural gas risks, but with little consistency or transparency.

Numerous private organizations are beginning to fill the resulting governance gaps with information-gathering and standards-setting efforts. This Paper documents these efforts and ...


Fracking As A Federalism Case Study, Amanda Leiter Jan 2014

Fracking As A Federalism Case Study, Amanda Leiter

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O'Connor: A Dual Role - An Introduction, Stephen Wermiel Jan 1991

O'Connor: A Dual Role - An Introduction, Stephen Wermiel

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