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Anecdotal evidence is abundantly available that fracking has caused problems with water. There is no shortage of people willing to come forward with horror stories (especially if there is a chance of getting some money out the drilling companies through a lawsuit). When pressed for scientific evidence, though, there isn't much that green groups can point to outside of theoretical studies that allege contamination from fracking is possible. Is that because the scientists and agencies that are actually testing water wells are being bought off by the oil and gas industry, or is it because fracking simply doesn't pollute groundwater?
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