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Tenn. university proposes fracking on its own land

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The University of Tennessee wants to allow hydraulic fracturing to extract natural gas on a state-owned tract of rolling woodland and use the revenue to fund research into the environmental impact of such drilling — a proposal that environmentalists condemn as a conflict of interest. The unique proposal is being considered as national debate continues over "fracking."...

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