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The final disposition of the Act 13 law that was challenged by seven selfish PA towns, an anti-drilling doctor and a wacko environmental group. The PA Supreme Court couldn't be bothered deciding these points and sent it back to a lower court for a final decision. The Commonwealth Court found that the Public Utility Commission could not evaluate a town's zoning ordinances to be sure they don't violate state standards. It also found the language in Act 13 limiting a doctor from making public the specific formulas used by drillers in their fracking fluids. There were a few other notable decisions as well.