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Fracking, could be causing serious hormonal disorders in humans

December 18, 2013

Researchers at the University of Missouri and the United States Geological Survey say that chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, could be causing serious hormonal disorders in humans.

“The rapid rise in natural gas extraction utilizing hydraulic fracturing increases the potential for contamination of surface and ground water from chemicals used throughout the process. Hundreds of products containing more than 750 chemicals and components are potentially used throughout the extraction process, including over one hundred known or suspected endocrine disrupting chemicals.

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In Colorado, three cities successfully stopped fracking

November 06, 2013

In spite of Governor Hickenlooper, who has publicly opposed community efforts to halt fracking, I want to congratulate our allies, members, volunteers and staff on the ground who worked in their communities to take control of their future by saying no to fracking.

“These victories are even more impressive given the outrageous spending by the oil and gas industry, totaling nearly $900,000, which was a brazen attempt to intimidate voters and buy these elections. As the results show, most Coloradans are not fooled by the dirty money and glossy advertisements put out by the oil and gas industry. Voters understand that fracking is inherently dangerous and imperils the future of our beautiful state.

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Massachusetts seeks 10-yr ban on gas fracking after series of Texas quakes

An environmental committee at Massachusetts Statehouse has approved a bill, imposing a 10-year ban on fracking for natural gas. The move comes as a wave of earthquakes in Texas has raised new concerns over the controversial drilling technique. read at rt.com

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“Sucker Punched” – Keystone Truth

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Get the Facts:

Reports show that China’s become one of the biggest players in Canadian oil.

Chinese government-backed interests have invested thirty billion dollars in Canadian tar sands development.

And China just bought one of Canada’s largest producers.

They’re counting on the U.S. to approve TransCanada’s pipeline to ship oil through America’s heartland and out to foreign countries like theirs.

But under oath, TransCanada won’t commit to selling us one single barrel.

Keystone means more profit for investors like China.

And more carbon pollution for the world.

Colorado residents sue state, governor to enforce local fracking ban

June 11, 2014

Congressman Polis on fracking law suits

source: rt.com/usa/165172-colorado-fracking-ban-lawsuit/