This pipeline could jeopardize Washington’s water supply, environmentalists say

The pipeline that TransCanada wants to build is short, 3.5 miles, cutting through the narrowest part of Maryland. It would duck briefly under the Potomac River at this 1,500-resident town, bringing what business leaders say is much-needed natural gas to the eastern panhandle of West Virginia.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/pipelines-and-protests-why-environmentalists-oppose-funneling-natural-gas-under-the-potomac-river/2017/08/02/c9914388-671a-11e7-8eb5-cbccc2e7bfbf_story.html?utm_term=.aca4ebd1c8f7

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