Artists Against Fracking May Face Penalty

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Artists Against Fracking, a celebrity group opposing hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking” in New York State, may be breaking the law. The group, including members like Yoko Ono, Susan Sarandon, and Mark Ruffalo, agrees that fracking threatens drinking water and the natural environment.

Totaling almost 200 entertainers, the group is not actually composed of registered lobbyists. While it

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is unclear how much money Artists Against Fracking has spent, the website does contain links for visitors to make donations to the Sustainable Markets Foundation, also not registered as a lobbying client.

The upcoming debate will involve whether or not the collective will be required to become a registered lobbyist group and the consequences for having failed to do so with spending exceeding $5000.

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