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Group says new fracking rules let Big Oil hide toxic chemical use
Dan Bacher
“Gov. Brown’s weak fracking rules are a huge gift to oil companies using dangerous chemicals in California communities,” said Hollin Kretzmann of the Center for Biological Diversity. Photo of members of Indian Tribes from throughout the state calling for a ban on fracking in California, as well as demanding no peripheral tunnels, no Shasta Dam raise and the removal of Klamath River dams, at an anti-fracking rally at the State Capitol on March 14. Photo by Dan Bacher.

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