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Please consider signing on to support an end to fracking, extreme extraction, and toxic waste disposal in Los Angeles. As the second largest city in the country, a de-facto moratorium in Los Angeles would have huge impacts not only in California, but throughout the country.

This is a support letter for any organization, civic group, business, faith institution, health institution, professional association, labor union, political club, environmental justice, environmental or outdoor organization, social justice group, farm, restaurant, brewery, or other food producer that supports a stop to fracking in Los Angeles. Join us and help protect our city, state, and country from fracking.

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This letter will be presented to Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, all Los Angeles City Council Members, and City Attorney Mike Feuer. The more organizations that show their support, the clearer it will be to our elected officials that we need to prohibit these harmful practices. We also encourage groups, organizations, and individuals, to submit their own letter of support.

We appreciate your support and continued efforts to protect our communities and environment. If you have any questions, please contact:

Brenna Norton
Southern California Organizer
Food and Water Watch

Jhon Arbelaez
California Organizer
970-259-3353 X1

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