Hillary Clinton appeared to endorse a plan to end fossil fuel development on federal land following Thursday night’s Democratic debate in New Hampshire.
An activist with green group 350 Action asked Clinton whether she would seek to ban hydraulic fracturing if she is elected president.
Clinton, in a video released by the group, said the president doesn’t have the authority to do that. When the activist asked, though, if she would support banning fossil fuel extraction on public lands, Clinton said: “Yeah, that’s a done deal.”
A separate activist asked Clinton to clarify her position on public land extraction.Read the rest of the article by clicking here.
“That’s where the president is moving,” she said, according to a video of that exchange. “No future extraction. I agree with that.”
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