Two recently released reports on Ohio’s Class II wastewater injection well program have discredited claims made by opponents of hydraulic fracturing, specifically that the creation of wells leads d
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South Dakota Gov.
Many young adults who do not have much interest in going to college, or lack the aptitude for it, are being shoehorned into postsecondary schools.
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As the health care market has evolved over time, a popular type of facility has emerged to fill a growing need for temporary post-surgical care.