NY Senator Ball Tours PA’s GasLand, Speaks Out

Dogs do not acknowledge party lines!

Just when you think no human in government is willing to step up and speak out, the phone rings. Your master lets you know it’s time to google “what does a senator do,” and then Senator Greg Ball (NY- R, C) shows up the next day.

Please support senators like Greg Ball and tbeir committment to NY State residents’ prosperity. He is one human who obviously wants to put everyone’s safety as a priority above corporate financial strategies. Go, Greg!

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5 Responses to NY Senator Ball Tours PA’s GasLand, Speaks Out

  1. Bethanie says:

    Its about time someone got on the BALL!!!! Thank you Senator Ball!!

  2. Krista says:

    Sad to know that it takes someone OUT OF STATE to stand up and take notice! shame on the local senators and representatives!

  3. Cassie says:

    Is Senator Ball single?? I have a few friends…….

  4. amarosafive says:

    I sure hope this will heighten awareness. I remember doing a Linen World Party in NY, and some families there-including this one-had started spending gas lease money that they didn’t have yet. Most likely many families anticipate the money that comes along with shale gas leases, and hope everything passes. I hope they could read some stories & reconsider. We have a well that became contaminated in May, but
    NOT because of the gas industry. We still do not have remediation, and it has been a huge stress on our family that has 3 teens. It has really opened my eyes to those who have become contaminated from the gas industry. Please NY’ers…don’t learn the hard way. Help your Senator insist on safety first!!!

  5. Pingback: NY SENATOR BALL TOURS PA’S GASLAND, SPEAKS OUT | Senator Greg Ball, NY District 40

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