You must read the reports for yourself, not allow headline writers to distill them for you.

"Fox was on the program to address untrue headlines most of the mainstream media ran with, claiming fracking was safe, following the release of a long-awaited U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) report on the practice.


In the report, the U.S. EPA publicly confirmed for the first time that fracking contaminates groundwater. However, the EPA's press release led with the misleading headline saying that EPA has found no "widespread" evidence of water contamination. 

As Fox explains on the show this is not the first time we’ve seen the EPA release a report where the science says one thing and then their PR department slaps on a press release that says something else."

Watch the video here.

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