A Million Fracking Letters


Have you written your letter yet?

The Honorable Andrew M. Cuomo
Governor of New York State
NYS State Capitol Building
Albany, NY 12224

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1 Response to A Million Fracking Letters

  1. leslieraymond says:

    I live in the Finger Lakes region of Upstate New York and oppose hydrofracking for a number of reasons. First of all, research has shown that the chemicals used are dangerous to both humans and animals as well. Not to mention the natural water supply and the surrounding land areas. I live in an agricultural area and the thought of corporate gas companies coming in masses to ruin the natural infrastructure is insulting to the people and the animals that reside here. Valid and reliable research, not government or corporate sponsored, has proven that animals, humans, and crops would be poisoned by the extreme use of chemicals that hydrofracing requires. Not to mention, that the water cycle will soon be raining hazerdous hydrofracing chemicals elsewhere once it begins to rain.

    I do not believe any corporate or government sponsored research as the think tanks are hired by the big corporations, who then pay off the policy makers. It appears to be all about money and many in government don’t seem to be concerned about the lives of people in general. I care about my life and the lives of my children, plus, the children that follow after them.

    It is time corporate America to step back and and stop paying off the think tanks who then pay off the policy makers. What ever happened to morals, values, and the far removed concept of living in balance with the earth and those around us? What would Gandhi say?

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