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Court punts on fracking authority but may revive rule

Federal judges won't resolve a major legal debate over whether the U.S. government has authority to regulate hydraulic fracturing. But the court's decision may have a huge immediate impact: Environmental lawyers say it brings the Obama fracking rule back into effect.

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