I'm not sure why this news isn't closer to home (Pennsylvania), but it seems like good news to me.
WASHINGTON – A Pennsylvania court overturned key parts of the state's new natural gas development law that would have stripped municipalities of zoning rights and handed state agencies sole authority to determine where the controversial practice of high-volume hydraulic fracturing should occur.
In ruling for the plaintiffs, the four-judge majority on the state appellate court said that local zoning provided for "rational development" so "there is not a 'pig in the parlor instead of the barnyard.' " The ruling can be appealed to the state Supreme Court.
I bolded the last part of the quote. It's a small victory, but needs to be fought through the court system.