From air and water pollution to triggering earthquakes, the dangers of fracking are frighteningly visible. And in California, we do not have the basic information to help protect our communities from these dangers.
But a bill making its way through the state Assembly would inform communities of nearby fracking activity and other forms of well stimulation, make fracking chemicals public, require outside studies to evaluate the risks of any proposed fracking, and monitor groundwater during fracking.
Tell your Assembly member -- stand up to out-of-control fracking. Vote yes on SB 4 and protect our back yards!