Question of the Day: Are you concerned about fracking in Muskegon or Michigan?
Environmental group members show support inside the Illinois Capitol rotunda in an effort to pressure lawmakers for a two-year moratorium on hydraulic fracturing, commonly known as fracking, on March 12, 2013, in Springfield, Ill.
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#1 Mar 26, 2013
We should be happy michigan has natural resources that can help not only our state but our great country as well
#2 Mar 2, 2014
Ya, lets compromise the quality of our drinking water and quality of soil for growing food just to create some temporary jobs and revenue for some rich assholes. What logic do you use "rights of michigan"? What is a greater benefit to the people of michigan? A lifetime of clean food and water for all, or temporary revenue that only benefits few? If you took money out of the equation it'd be a no brainer, wouldn't it?
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#3 Mar 9, 2014
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