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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Matthew Allen
State police say 34-year-old Plaquemine man died in a single vehicle crash on La. Highway 75.
The environmental disaster forecast by anti-fracking activists after last month's epic Colorado flooding didn't quite materialize.
Matthew Allen, head of the Massachusetts Patient Advocacy Alliance, expressed concern that dispensaries would not initially be located in rural Berkshire and Franklin counties, but agreed that DPH should only award licenses to the strongest applicants.
"What we've really seen is this kind of slow trickle of smaller spills, and all are specifically related to the flood," said Mr. Allen, as reported by Energy in Depth. "It wasn't user error or improper operations; it all falls in the act-of-God category."