CA Officials Allowed Fracking to Taint Drinking Water Amid Record Drought | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


CA Officials Allowed Fracking to Taint Drinking Water Amid Record Drought

As the historic drought presses on in California – including San Francisco, which recorded zero rainfall in January – state regulators let oil companies inject wastewater into aquifers that held water reserved for drinking and irrigation.

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When we first moved here to Hawaii, all we heard about was "drought" and "conserve water." As it turned out, there was no drought. The state government was reserving the lion's share of the available water to agricultural corporations. But as agriculture declined and once farmlands became urbanized, the water crisis went away!

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