Illinois residents get one last chance Thursday night to speak out in a public forum about new rules on fracking in the state. These regulations are in response to legislation signed over the summer to regulate high-volume, horizontal hydraulic fracturing. It’s a process that involves pumping large amounts of chemicals and water deep underground to release oil or natural gas. Supporters say fracking will bring much-needed jobs to Illinois, while critics argue the costs far outweigh any benefits. Illinois Public Radio’s Sean Powers reports.