The National Resources Defense Council argued in a July 26 report that no state has a robust chemical disclosure requirement for oil and natural gas producers using fracking, siting significant gaps in all state requirements. The report, State Hydraulic Fracturing Disclosure Rules and Enforcement: A Comparison, suggests several ways to improve chemical disclosure rules, including prior notice of fracking to landowners and nearby residents. OMB Watch released a report last month that similarly found state laws inadequate and recommended that the Environmental Protection Agency track and monitor chemicals via the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act and Toxic Substances Control Act.