To: The California State House, The California State Senate, Governor Gavin Newsom, and The United States House of Representatives

Ban Fracking in California

California is already earthquake prone. Fracking will exacerbate the risks of earthquakes as huge hydraulic drills will core deep into the earth, moving already loose tectonic plates. Please! It is common sense. Additionally, poisonous gases will permanently pollute many precious aquifers, irreversibly poisoning our drinking water. Please follow the sane example of Vermont, and Ban Fracking in California. Protect our land, and Waters, Wetlands, Ecosystems, and Oceans. Please Help to Protect ourselves. Please use common sense. Please Ban Fracking in California. Protect our water! We are each at least 90% Water!

Why is this important?

Jerry Brown, Please Ban Fracking in California. There is no safe way to Frack. Show your people you respect them, and therefore their land, air, and water. Please protect California Clean Water Resources. Ban Fracking in California! There are lucrative Clean Energy Alternatives! This video spells out why Fracking is not safe, and why other states like NY are on the same page (Copy and paste in your browser) : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ed9lQcSTeEM&feature=youtu.be&a

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Reasons for signing

  • Because I want to save Mother Nature.
  • Save the humans!
  • Governor Gavin Newsom, As a resident of the Central Valley for 40+ years I've witnessed first hand, breathed, and live amongst the population that once was beautiful farm land. The air was cleaner and our cold, clear well water was once the envy of California. This is no longer the case, we are moving backwards. Small towns have run out of water or have contaminated water supplies. Industrial farming is raping the land, polluting our air and contaminating our water and food supplies with pes...

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