Opponents ask Legislature to vote down fracking bill

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Food & Water Watch and more than a dozen allies, including several national environmental groups, today delivered a letter urging Gov. Pat Quinn and the Illinois General Assembly to vote down the fracking regulatory bill.

Read the Fracking Press Release 3-4-13.pdf here.

See the letter here.

Read the Sun-Times editorial here.

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