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Lissa Lucas – WV House – 2018

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Fracking

We deserve better than being forced to choose between jobs or a healthy environment. Even those in oil and gas don’t want to have to invade or seize the properties of neighbors just to feed their kids.

What doesn’t go viral

Y'all, it's not even the first time in recent memory we've lost property rights. And that didn't go viral, either.

The HOLLER Heard ’round the World

That's what I thought I knew about Auburn, WV, from my research: there would be infrastructure issues. So I had expectations of what I'd probably hear. But sometimes your expectations are just WRONG.

Tell House Republicans NO Forced Leasing (HB 4268)

Please contact your own delegate first (see how to find and contact your delegate here), then the Delegates below. Delegate Erikka Storch-- (304) 340-3378 Delegate Patrick Martin-- (304) 340-3123 Delegate Zack Maynard-- (304) 340-3152 Delegate Jason Harshbarger-- (304) 340-3195 Delegate John Shott-- (304) 340-3252 Delegate Joshua Higgenbotham-- (304) 340-3118 Delegate Tom Fast-- (304) 340-3170

Forced Pooling 2018: House Bill 4268

John Adams wrote that our representatives must have some check to restrain them "when their desires are for... injustice, cruelty and the ruin of the minority. And that the desires of the majority of the people are often for injustice and inhumanity against the minority, is demonstrated by every page of history...

Forced Pooling CTA: Tell the WV House Energy Committee NO in 2018—and forever.

Lobbyists are pushing WV legislators to pass Forced Pooling again this year... because of course they are. They think we're powerless. Time to give them a piece of your mind.

Rural Sacrifice Zones: You have to crack a few eggs

Tax money was used to subsidize the destruction of a WV community's clean water so coal execs could further enrich themselves. Then the people who live in that community pay water bills from now unto eternity.

Infants born to mothers who lived within two miles of a fracking well are less healthy and more underweight than babies born to mothers who lived even a little further away... Children with a low birth weight have been found to have lower test scores, lower lifetime earnings, and higher rates of reliance on welfare programs throughout their lives.'

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