L.A. Now Live: Poll shows Californians concerned about fracking

LA Times: As energy companies seek to plumb vast reserves of underground oil in California through the controversial drilling technique known as fracking, voters are concerned about its safety and uneasy with the state's lack of oversight, according to a new poll. Join us at 9 a.m. as we discuss the findings with Times Sacramento Bureau Chief Evan Halper. More than half of voters -- 58% -- say they favor a moratorium on the process of injecting chemicals deep into the ground to tap oil and natural gas......

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