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Should NJ ban fracking waste?

Fracking waste will continue to be dumped in New Jersey waters. Should this concern residents of the state?

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Those who oppose fracking waste are making efforts to stop the materials from being dumped into New Jersey waters. Many feel that the chemicals dumped into the water is hazardous, and will pose a health risk if it is consumed. Others don’t see an issue with fracking, and trust that the materials will be treated.

Are you concerned with fracking materials being dumped in our water?

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