Fear, Home Damage, and Dismayingly Few Answers at Townhall on Azle Earthquakes

Jan 3, 2014 Full story: Dallas Observer

The Azle High auditorium was filled near to capacity Thursday evening with an occasionally raucous crowd that demanded answers state regulators couldn't -- or weren't willing -- to answer about why, over the last two months, earthquakes in a seismically silent area have grown in number and intensity.

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Falls Church, VA

#1 Jan 9, 2014
How do you like the fox guarding the hen house?

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