@WolfForPA: Agree to @PublicHerald interview w/ journalist Melissa Troutman re: fracking investigations
Journalist and documentary filmmaker Melissa Troutman is on a mission to sit down with Pennsylvania Governor-elect Tom Wolf to discuss issues with fracking uncovered by investigative news nonprofit Public Herald.
Public Herald reached out to Wolf several times during his campaign and post-election win, with no reply. Troutman and her partner Joshua Pribanic have investigated the impacts from fracking in Pennsylvania since 2011 and have released over 30 reports about water contamination, health issues, property rights, community rights, and government-industry corroboration at PublicHerald.org. Their documentary Triple Divide, released in 2013, details the experience of fracking’s impacts in Pennsylvania and the lack of accountability.
Troutman wants to sit down with Wolf to talk about new Public Herald reports about fracking in Pennsylvania, justice for those who’ve already been harmed, constitutional rights, and whether the governor-elect supports the study of health impacts in the state.
Sign this petition if you think Wolf should agree to sit down with Troutman for a public interview. Troutman will periodically post a new photo of herself with a "Talk to me Tom" sign, tracking the days until Wolf agrees. Stay tuned at Public Herald's Facebook page and on Twitter @PublicHerald.
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