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Enviros urge Texas residents to organize as another quake hits

AZLE, Texas -- Environmentalists told residents to push for tighter regulations on the disposal of fracking waste, which may be linked to a string of earthquakes here over the last three months. More than 250 people turned out for a meeting last night, hours after another small earthquake struck outside of Azle, about 20 miles northwest of Fort Worth. The quake, which measured at magnitude 3.1, was the latest of more than 20 around Azle since the beginning of November.



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