Some state parks can be fracked in Ohio, that’s the decision made by a government commission, despite an ongoing investigation into claims of possible fraudulent support by an industry group that represents energy companies. During a raucous meeting attended by many fracking opponents, the Ohio Oil and Gas Land Management Commission OK’d several parcels for fracking by outside entities, all of them owned by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources and the Ohio Department of Transportation that include state parks and designated wildlife areas. Under state law, the identities of those who nominated the land for oil and gas drilling are confidential. Advocates accused the state board members of lacking transparency, upholding the interests of corporate greed and poisoning future generations. Some threw money in front of the commissioners and shouted them out of the state meeting, while others sang protest songs.