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Anti-fracking bill going back on the ballot?

Narrower margin doesn’t worry ‘Bill of Rights’ foes

November 7, 2013

The proposal to ban hydraulic fracturing inside Youngstown city limits, despite a defeat at the polls Tuesday, gained some percentage points and narrowed the gap from a defeat in Ma....

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Nov-07-13 7:26 PM

Guess these tree huggers just can't take NO for an answer.

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Nov-07-13 1:20 PM

"'We are just going to continue educating,' Beiersdorfer said Wednesday."

So are we, Miss Beiersdorfer. That is, those of us who don't fall for the propaganda of the alarmist anti-fracking cult. A good place to start is to watch the documentary, "Fracknation", to get an honest assessment of the fracking process.

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Nov-07-13 1:00 PM

Why not? It's how they finally got gambling casino's in the State. If at first you don't succeed.

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Nov-07-13 10:19 AM

More money wasted on a rediculous, chicken little, ballot initiative.

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Nov-07-13 8:24 AM

Just like a school levy that goes down to defeat.

This crowd will not take the voter's "no" for an answer and will keep putting the same issue back on the ballot until it sneaks by in some obscure special election.


Who keeps financing these repeated ballot initiatives?

Should we not follow the money?

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Nov-07-13 5:27 AM

do you really think you can stop big industry.I work for a drilling company and talking with some of the project managers and upper manadgement after a drill is done the company like Halcon resourses will gross 250-300 k per week this is just a small road block for a company that stands to gain lots.

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