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By William C. Triplett II
Anti-fracking advocates could run afoul of Hispanic voters
Topic - Martha Guerrero
"My husband and I have not been living together for such a long time. We've been separated for a long time," Guerrero said. "I don't know nothing about his business or what he does or what he doesn't do."
"I want this over with," Guerrero said. "My children and I are under a lot of stress right now because of this situation. We don't have nothing to do with it."