Let’s all move to Wyoming!
Wyoming First in Nation to Require Public Disclosure of Chemicals Used in Gas, Oil Drilling
Gov. David Freudenthal tells New West Halliburton’s resistence to the new rules didn’t get far; Wyoming group pushing state to investigate citizens’ complaints says, “This is huge.”
“Halliburton sent a big-time lawyer to talk to us, but it didn’t go well for him,” Freudenthal said.
David Freudenthal for president!
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W O W! This is good news. Look west Texas, look west!
The Wyoming legislature recently adopted The Code of the West. Ten simple, elegant, timeless principles.
Texas should take a hint, particularly from the ninth, which reads, "Remember that some things aren't for sale."
Runner Susan says
We are packing our bags. Do you think there will ever be a state that will ban drilling all together?
Well, as long as Americans are such energy gluttons, no, they won't ban drilling. We will be dealing with this for decades to come unless we dramatically change our ways and I don't have a big picture of that happening.
Runner Susan says
When I move to Napa it's only gonna be solar and wind for me. I'm selling my car and riding my bike. forever.
I was posting this at GASLAND Fb and Josh Fox commented that they only disclose to a pro drilling state agency. He said this is purely a political mover to keep the EPA out of the picture.
I think you all should move to Wyoming. They would eat you all alive. Have you ever been Wyoming? The people of Wyoming hate tree huggers more than any state in the union. If you mess any of their oil or coal production they would put an end to you in short order.
Hahaha! OGAP has offices in Wyoming and I know lots of activists up there.