Last week nearly 1,000 people took over the Ohio Statehouse. Joined by others from neighboring states, they came together to protest the destructive gas drilling method called hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking.” After rallying and marching to the Capitol building, hundreds poured in—without a permit—to hold a “People’s Assembly” to decide how they, the people, could end the practice in their state.

Last week nearly 1,000 people took over the Ohio Statehouse. Joined by others from neighboring states, they came together to protest the destructive gas drilling method called hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking.” After rallying and marching to the Capitol building, hundreds poured in—without a permit—to hold a “People’s Assembly” to decide how they, the people, could end the practice in their state.

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    gohio! my 54 year old aunt was there too :)
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