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  • Petitioned North Carolina General Assembly

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North Carolina General Assembly

We request a full Health Impact Assessment on hydraulic fracturing for gas.

    1. Michael Monk
    2. Petition by

      Michael Monk

      Raleigh, NC

We believe this should be conducted before fracking is allowed to occur. Members of North Carolina's General Assembly are elected to represent the people and their interests. It is in the people's interests to know what the health impact of fracking will be on their families and living environment.

To:
North Carolina General Assembly
We request a full Health Impact Assessment on hydraulic fracturing for gas.

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    1. Reached 10 signatures

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    • Walter Bell MONROE, NC
      • 9 months ago

      Rural citizen on well water....Have watched GASLAND

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    • Susan Caldwell SANFORD, NC
      • about 1 year ago

      My parents have neighbors all around them signing leases for mineral rights, they have a well and grow gardens. My father just retired, if this happens and is as dangerous as others say I want to know who to start sueing.

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    • Sara Pacher BREVARD, NC, NC
      • about 1 year ago

      I moved back to the South from the West Coast over 30 years ago for NC's beauty and healthy environment. Why would your threaten our wonderful State with this polluting industry. Go solar and hydro instead.

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    • Patricia Leopard VISTA, CA
      • about 1 year ago

      Anything that slows down the decimation of the planet is of interest to me.

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    • sharon wilkinson RALEIGH, NC
      • about 1 year ago

      living environment, health

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