HR.1951 - To Prohibit The Use Of Hydraulic Fracturing Or Acid Well Stimulation Treatment In The Pacific Outer Continental Shelf Region Until The Secretary Of The Interior Prepares An Environmental Impact Statement And Conducts A Study With Respect To Such Practices, And For Other Purposes.

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