By Elaine Donnelly
Extending sexual misconduct to combat units
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
It's one of the best ways to combat" the spread of the practice, said John Armstrong, spokesman for the opposition group Frack Action.
"Over a number of years, we've been working to get some higher-profile celebrities engaged so people around the U.S. are aware of what's going on" with fracking, Mr. Armstrong said, explaining the coordinated effort to involve celebrities in the fight against fracking. "It's a grass-roots driven movement, but over time, that movement has reached out to mainstream institutions and celebrities and asked them to help amplify our voice and get the truth out."