At the moment when Governor Cuomo revealed his decision to exercise caution and ban fracking in New York, a fracked well in Ohio was spewing natural gas into the air for the third straight day from a leak that well crews could not stop. This is the reality facing our air, water, climate, and communities as long as fracking continues in states without a ban.

Published in Stop Global Warming

Representatives Pocan and Schakowsky Take the Strongest Federal Action to Date Against Fracking in the U.S

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Residents of New York’s Finger Lakes argue that gas projects would spell ecological and economic disaster for the region.

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