HELENA, Mont. - A debate on company secrets versus the public's right to know is set for today in the Montana Legislature. A hearing is being held on a proposal that would require oil and gas companies to provide a list of chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing ("fracking"), in the interest of protecting residents and first-responders at accidents near fracking projects.Read the rest here.
Sharon Sweeney Fee, a Livingston nurse, is testifying.
"We want something available, not unlike what we have available on train cars now, so when anybody needs to know - because there has been accident - they can look and see what these people have been exposed to."
Monday, January 24, 2011
"Right to know" fracking bill debated in Montana
from Montana Conservation Voters:
Posted by National Freedom of Information Coalition at 3:28 PM
Labels: corporate privacy, Montana
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