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Environmental Lawyer takes exception to claims about economic impact from hydrofracturing drilling for natural gas in New York.

By Chris Ulanowski

Oswego, New York – Joseph Heath is an environment and social justice lawyer with a practice in Syracuse. He's also the legal counsel for the Onondaga Indian Nation. He takes exception to claims from the Independent Gas and Oil Association of New York that the drilling process is safe and worth the $1.4 Billion New York would stand to gain. ( An interview with the trade group is also posted on our website)