Nick Ortiz

Western States Petroleum Association

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Manager of Production Regions for the Western States Petroleum Association

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Last Friday, 10 members of the LA City Council asked City Attorney Mike Feuer  to draw up a ban on fracking .

LA City Council Takes Aim at Fracking

Last Friday, 10 members of the LA City Council asked City Attorney Mike Feuer to draw up a ban on fracking .

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