Teresa Foster
Teresa Foster

I will sign as long as I don't have to give this Facebook Ap permission to use my profile for its purposes.

Zev Paiss
Zev Paiss
  • Teresa Foster

Teresa - You can just log into Causes and leave Facebook out of it entirely.

Teresa Foster
Teresa Foster
  • Teresa Foster

It didn't work that way - can you find another tool for gathering signatures?

Zev Paiss
Zev Paiss
  • Teresa Foster

Teresa - I have sent a note to the "Help Desk" at Causes to see if you must have a facebook account to join them. Still waiting. The other option is to allow facebook to access your app and then after you vote remove them. Pretty simple but still a bit of a hassle.

Kevin Bedard
Kevin Bedard

This is what the citizens of Boulder County want, please don't succumb to the Governor and his pro-mining & drilling stance. Do the right thing!

Barbara Snow
Barbara Snow

Fracking should be banned *everywhere*!

Natasha Missick
Natasha Missick

Speaks for itself!

Downs Fathered
Downs Fathered

they don't allow medical marijuana outlets that close to schools.

James Robinson-Long
James Robinson-Long

Friends,
Add your signature via "Causes." This is an important one!

Susan Sebanc
Susan Sebanc

please sign everybody <3 toxins in the air, water, drought, breaking up the earth's crystalline structure, earthquakes...

RebekahGrace Paparella

Please sign this petition to ban fracking in beautiful Boulder County!

Cora Bracho
Cora Bracho

I have not idea if I sign it...

Dan Popelka
Dan Popelka

The amount of sand mining going on here in Wisconsin is insane. It's becoming quite a topic of debate here, but of course with Scott Walker and the entire state now being in republican control, regulations are almost certainly going to be loosened so that all these companies can get permits much quicker and environmental standards will be lowered to allow mining in more susceptible areas. I don't much blame the workers because it's a very lucrative business and they get paid quite well as do...

The amount of sand mining going on here in Wisconsin is insane. It's becoming quite a topic of debate here, but of course with Scott Walker and the entire state now being in republican control, regulations are almost certainly going to be loosened so that all these companies can get permits much quicker and environmental standards will be lowered to allow mining in more susceptible areas. I don't much blame the workers because it's a very lucrative business and they get paid quite well as do the farmers here that lease their land to the mining companies. But it's definitely not worth the damage that will be done to the environment in exchange for this short-term source of energy and profits for a handful of mining companies. And once the land is torn up, it will take decades, if not centuries to repair the damage done to the land, not to mention the contamination of ground water. We have no clue as to what the effects may be from all this mining once all is said and done, but so what? It's a source of jobs, right? It's a source of 'domestic energy' that will help ease the dependence on foreign oil, right? Ya. For how long? A few years? Nope. It's just another way for a small percentage of people to make enormous profits and destroy the land in the process. Hopefully more people will come to this realization very soon or we may be seeing mountains of sand all around us...

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