Several Fracking Law Changes Included in Kasich Budget

From The Daily Jeffersonian:
Brine from horizontal hydraulic fracturing activities could not be spread on roads for dust or ice control, under language included in Gov. John Kasich's biennial budget proposal.
The provision is one of several related to fracking in eastern Ohio's growing oilfields included in the $63 billion-plus, two-year spending plan.
A comparison document compiled recently by the state's legislative service commission (online at outlines fracking law changes at several state agencies.
The brine application language is part of proposals affecting the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. According to spokeswoman Bethany McCorkle, local governments could still allow road applications of brine from conventional vertical wells, as allowed under legislation passed more than a dozen years ago.
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