New Film takes Critical Look at Gas Drilling in PA

Community News Writer/Pocono Record
July 08, 2011

While 50 percent of pipeline replacement workers may be local, says filmmaker David Morris, most of them are the laborers, “willing to compromise their community to make $8 to $10 per hour.”

His figures come from the research of economist Jannette Barth, one of many sources he used in making “FRACK the Movie,” a documentary about gas drilling in Pennsylvania and New York, which will be showing at the Matamoras Borough Annex on Tuesday, July 12, at 7 p.m.

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