It will immediately make the pure water we have now in this state become dirty and poisonous. (Source)

Yoko Ono

So false, can we give this a double LE-OH NO!? There are several peer-reviewed studies that show fracking is not a major threat to drinking water. For example, the United States Geological Survey (USGS) released a study in May 2017 on groundwater across Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas, which concluded that unconventional oil and gas production is not currently affecting drinking water quality. This is in line with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s comprehensive report that presented no evidence of widespread water contamination from fracking

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