Yoko Ono, in Albany, Raises Her Voice Against Hydraulic Fracturing

New York Times: For months they have been descending on Albany: farmers, environmentalists, latter-day hippies and placard-bearing parents. But on Friday, the forces against hydraulic fracturing, a method for drilling for natural gas, brought to Albany a face and a voice familiar to the world: Yoko Ono. Ms. Ono — along with her son, Sean Lennon, who came with her — has a personal connection to the issue. She and her husband, John Lennon, bought a farm in the Catskills, and she and Sean want to prevent the drilling,......

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