Protesters gather Friday on the plaza across from the state Capitol in Nashville to speak out against a University of Tennessee plan to allow hydraulic fracturing to extract natural gas on a state-owned tract of rolling woodland.
Protesters gather Friday on the plaza across from the state Capitol in Nashville to speak out against a University of Tennessee plan to allow hydraulic fracturing to extract natural gas on a state-owned tract of rolling woodland.
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published Friday, March 15th, 2013
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The University of Tennessee can go forward with fracking for natural gas on 8,636 acres it owns in the Cumberland Forest.

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