Fracking threatens public health and drinking water. (Source)

League of Conservation Voters

Yeah, that’s gonna to be a LE-OH NO! from me, dawg.  Fracking has been shown to be protective of health by significantly lowering emissions such as CO2, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, and volatile organic chemicals. Additionally, multiple state and federal agencies, as well as academic institutions, have concluded that fracking is not a serious risk to drinking water supplies. 

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