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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Matthew Mead
Wyoming's governor persuaded the head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to postpone an announcement linking hydraulic fracturing to groundwater contamination, giving state officials - whom the EPA had privately briefed on the study - time to attempt to debunk the finding, an investigation by the Associated Press has found.
"I won't tell anybody not to test. But if you're going to test, you need to bring everyone in the process," Mr. Mead said in an interview Monday.
"I believe this state has so much to offer all citizens and businesses, but moving is never easy. I want to assure HiViz and its customers that we will work diligently to make sure this transition is a smooth one," said Mr. Mead, a Republican elected in 2011.