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Unlikely protesters in Kent County

Opponents of shale gas development are vocal, taking part in large protests and petitions, but what's behind their opposition? What are they REALLY concerned about? Vanessa Blanch brings us that story on our Fractured Future story.


Richard Hudson on the left and Geroge Hudson on the right at George's home in East Branch.


Denise Melanson on the left and Debbie Hopper on the right at Denise's home in Jardineville.

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