As blanket bans on fracking continue to be a topic of conversation at debates, the devastation on economies that depend on the energy industry continue to be glossed over. CEA Midwest Director, Chris Ventura points out exactly how much of an impact a fracking ban would have for Ohio energy consumers.
“Indeed, it has led to Ohio consumers — families and businesses — saving more than $40 billion on natural gas,” Ventura said. “And during this time of increased production in the state, Ohio’s carbon emissions are down 16% since 1990.”
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