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A new study from Princeton University has found a correlation between fracking and evictions in areas experiencing an oil boom. In Williams County, North Dakota, eviction filings rose from 0.002% in 2010 to over 7% in 2019, coinciding with a significant increase in fracked oil production. Similarly, other areas such as Midland, Texas, and Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, have also seen a rise in evictions due to the influx of temporary workers attracted by high-paying fracking jobs. Evictions not only displace residents but can also lead to long-term poverty and negative health outcomes for those affected.

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