In California, you can drill for oil next to a home. Activists hope to change that. August 13, 2020

Los Angeles Times

“At the state level and in every community where we’re working, we are more inspired than ever to keep going and to escalate, and to not let the pressure off any of these [elected officials],” Martha Dina Argüello, executive director of PSR-Los Angeles and co-chair of STAND-L.A., which opposes neighborhood drilling.

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