National Fracking Protest Garners Little Support in Ohio

From the Tribune Chronicle:
Joining rallies across the nation Wednesday, at least 30 people turned out in Younstown for a protest against fracking.
Keynote speaker Doug Shields, the former Pittsburgh City Council president who led the charge to ban the natural gas drilling process of hydraulic fracturing in that city, told the group that politicians need to stop passing legislation that favors corporations without being fully versed on the subject.
"They say 'I believe this,' and 'I believe that.' Well, you can believe in anything you want, but when you're making public policy, you had ... better know," he said.
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