Here's the last thing you'll wanna read about while we're smack-dab in the middle of summer: New Jersey's beaches continue to slip when it comes to the water quality, according to a recent report from the National Resources Defense Council.
The argument against hydraulic fracturing or "fracking" Is getting more ammunition as an environmental group is arguing the practice is not only dangerous to the environment but also to our pocketbooks.
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