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MADION Mothers Against Drilling In Our Neighborhoods (MADION) was formed by Ohio moms whose mission is to preserve the health and safety of our children from the harmful effects of drilling for gas and oil in our neighborhoods.

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Drilling in Broadview Heights

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New photos in the Broadview Heights area

Industrial equipment in the neighborhood

Latest well in Broadview Heights

Storage tank next to play ground and picnic area

Volunteers before hitting the neighborhoods with petitions

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“Don’t Frack My Mother”

Sean Lennon, Yoko Ono & Jimmy Fallon’s Protest Song: “Don’t Frack My Mother”

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Drill

Across from Broadview Heights Police Department

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Another drill and storage containers

Across the street from Broadview Heights Recreation Center

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Drill and storage containers

Across the street from Broadview Heights Recreation Center

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Gas Well Explosion Claims One Life

BOLIVAR TOWNSHIP, Ohio — Officials in the Village of Bolivar tell Fox 8 News that a gas well explosion claimed the life of one individual on Monday morning.

According to the village’s mayor, Becky Hubble, the village’s fire department responded to a gas well explosion that ignited before 10:00 a.m.

Hubble says that one person has died as a result of the explosion. Full article…

16 July 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Dilbert Talks About Fracking


Click here to see full Dilbert strip by Scott Adams.

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Nationwide Insurance: Fracking Damage Won’t Be Covered

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. has become the first major insurance company to say it won’t cover damage related to a gas drilling process that blasts chemical-laden water deep into the ground. Full article…

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Shale gas boom may quickly go bust, speaker warns City Club of Cleveland

With drilling derricks rising like dollar signs in the countryside, and some analysts predicting an energy boom, many in Ohio see shale gas as an economic force and a lucky strike.
Deborah Rogers takes a contrary view shaped in the decade-old shale fields of north Texas, where she runs a dairy farm flanked by natural gas wells. She founded the Energy Policy Forum to combat what she calls myths and mistruths spread by the energy industry and to warn nascent shale gas communities of what’s coming.

Read full article here