Last updated: June 05. 2014 3:21PM - 350 Views
By Karen Kissiah

Kathy Barbee
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Are you concerned that fracking techniques, recently approved in North Carolina, will affect South Carolina’s drinking water?

“No. I’m all for anything they can do to get more energy and reduce our costs.”

Kathy Barbee

Locust, N.C.

“I haven’t ever heard about that. I’m not quite sure what that is.”

Chris Kelly


“No. I don’t think it would. I think we need to do something to keep from depending on foreign resources. And we need a new president, too.”

Rudolph Locklear


“I don’t anything about it. But I hope not.”

Mary Telfair


“It could.”

Jamie Spradley


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