Cherylyn Smith, right, the VP of Fresnans against Fracking, says the group is urging customers to close their accounts with Wells Fargo, which they say is a major investor in the Dakota Access Pipeline. Smith and two other women handed out fliers at the Shaw Avenue branch on Saturday afternoon.
Cherylyn Smith, right, the VP of Fresnans against Fracking, says the group is urging customers to close their accounts with Wells Fargo, which they say is a major investor in the Dakota Access Pipeline. Smith and two other women handed out fliers at the Shaw Avenue branch on Saturday afternoon. ASHLEIGH PANOO apanoo@fresnobee.com
Cherylyn Smith, right, the VP of Fresnans against Fracking, says the group is urging customers to close their accounts with Wells Fargo, which they say is a major investor in the Dakota Access Pipeline. Smith and two other women handed out fliers at the Shaw Avenue branch on Saturday afternoon. ASHLEIGH PANOO apanoo@fresnobee.com

Fresnans Against Fracking urge Wells Fargo customers to close their accounts

March 18, 2017 3:53 PM

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