Fourteen parcels of state land−including parts of Salt Fork State Park and Zepernick Wildlife Area−could go up for auction today to oil and gas companies that want to drill underneath them.  The Oil & Gas Land Management Commission is scheduled to review nominations for fracking those pieces of public land at its meeting.  Proponents said the change simply clarified what Ohio lawmakers wanted when they first permitted drilling underneath public lands a decade ago.  Environmental groups like Save Ohio Parks want commissioners to wait until Attorney General Dave Yost completes an investigation into how many of the 1,100 pro-fracking emails submitted to the commission were fraudulent.