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Environmentalists to NC House: Frack NO!

The NC House is poised to give final approval this afternoon to legislation that would allow fracking for natural gas in North Carolina as early as next year. Environmentalists and concerned citizens converged on the General Assembly at noon to urge lawmakers to reject the rush to frack.

You can listen to some of the live debate on the fracking bill here.

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  1. LayintheSmakDown

    May 31, 2014 at 9:03 am

    Wasn’t the dude with the pink sign just arrested last week? He looks like one of Bully’s sit in faux “reverends” that were in the mug shot lineup last week. Hmm reverend and envirowhacko…the progressives must not be paying that $10 “living wage” if they can afford to have the same dude work overtime.

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