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Fracking has contamined groundwater despite claim
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Editor, Ceres Courier,

I recently read an article "Fracking is safe, industry experts tell Ceres crowd" regarding fracking and was disappointed in it's pro-fracking tilt. There are many people/organizations/academics that have facts that directly contradict the industries suggestions about the safety/amount of jobs that might be produced, not just "Hollywood film makers (and) ... extreme environmentalists." I would like to encourage the Courier to dig a little deeper. In the article, Mr. William Morris asserts " there's been no evidence of any groundwater contamination in California." Please follow the link to this video and let us know if he was being honest.

Emiliano Mataka,
Valley Improvement Projects,

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