At the 2012 Shale Gas Outrage rally in Philadelphia, people whose water has been contaminated by fracking came up on stage to speak of their experiences. Carol French, a dairy farmer from Pennsylvania, was one of them. As she spoke of the serious health ramifications that befell her daughter, deep sadness arose with her words. Her daughter was being poisoned by the nearby fracking wells, as are so many others people in her county. This assault on our children, on our citizens for the sake of cheap natural gas is not acceptable. No one deserves to be sacrificed for this country’s energy needs. No one.
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