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L.A. Fracking Moratorium Leaps First Hurdle, Heads to Full City Council
Food & Water Watch
LOS ANGELES — “Food & Water Watch commends Councilmembers Cedillo and Huizar for their support of a moratorium on fracking in Los Angeles during the February 25 Planning and Land Use Management (PLUM) Committee hearing. The moratorium motion will head to the full City Council for a vote on Friday, Feb. 28, where we look forward to celebrating its passage as the only way to protect Angelenos’ public health, environment and property from the inherently dangerous practice of fracking.

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