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Thomas House holds up a medical report that show the results of chemical found in his urine that match the chemicals in the New Dominion fracking site next to his house His lawyer had him get the tests but then said he couldn't follow through with a lawsuit against the company because he said despite the case being good, there was no way to win with the judges in the area. House lives approximately 300 Ft from a fracking industry site that often emits toxics fumes in Wellston, Oklahoma.
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Fracking in Oklahoma
Thomas House holds up a medical report that show the results of chemical found in his urine that match the chemicals in the New Dominion fracking site next to his house  His lawyer had him get the tests but then said he couldn't follow through with a lawsuit against the company because he said despite the case being good, there was no way to win with the judges in the area. House lives approximately 300 Ft from a fracking industry site that often emits toxics fumes in Wellston, Oklahoma.