Texas environmental activists are pleased with changes in fracking disclosure laws and renewable energy initiatives that cleared the state legislature this session, but they are unhappy with cuts to state parks, delays in air quality requirements for oil and gas miners, and environmental legislation that died before making it to the Governor’s desk.

During a telephone news conference with reporters today, environmentalists with local chapters of Public Citizen, the Sierra Club, the Environmental Defense Fund and the SEED Coalition explained what they liked and didn’t like about this session.

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