Sign the petition to BAN FRACKING IN CALIFORNIA

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Subject: Tell Gov. Brown: Ban Fracking in California!

Dear Friend,

Fracking is the dangerous method of oil and gas drilling that's causing poisoned water and air in Wyoming, earthquakes in Ohio, and tap water that can light on fire in Pennsylvania.

It's happening here in California, too!

Yet we have no laws to ensure we are protected from fracking -- and incredibly, state regulators don't even know where, or how much of our state is being fracked.

Last week, Vermont became the first state ban hydraulic fracturing. As gas companies scramble to expand this risky practice, Governor Brown needs to stop the unregulated fracking of California.

I just sent a message to urging Governor Brown to Ban Fracking in California, before it's too late! Add your name and learn more here:

http://act.credoaction.com/campaign/ban_fracking_ca/?r_by=-2881632-P39zd0x&rc=paste1

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MrsBJLee
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A growing population feeds on oil and gas. Where should we go to get it?

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rigel1
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Jan. 31, 2011 6:49 am

Really what we need is a nationwide ban on fracking until they can make the process safer for the environment.

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