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Topic - Mike Chadsey
The four local anti-fracking initiatives approved last week by voters in Colorado and Ohio should have roughly the same impact as outlawing surfing in Denver or cliff-diving in Cleveland.
Bowling Green and Youngstown are "labor towns, blue-collar towns, salt-of-the-earth towns," said Mr. Chadsey.
"There's definitely no shale development in the entire county, much less in the city of Oberlin," said Mr. Chadsey. "I would say this was an easy win for these groups where you have a small liberal-arts college town with lots of students."