Scores of worried residents sounded off to state lawmakers at a pair of public meetings on Thursday and Friday about Oklahoma’s earthquake boom. Republicans and Democrats each held their own earthquake hearings. Both were rowdy.
People spoke out about home damage, insurance problems and potential injuries. They also chastised state officials for failing to rein in oil and gas activities linked to the shaking. At the Edmond meeting organized by Republican Representative Lewis Moore, people interrupted and yelled.