Imposing impact fees is among the dozens of recommendations approved Friday by Governor Corbett’s Marcellus Shale Commission on a wide range issues related to natural gas drilling.
The push to privatize Pennsylvania liquor sales will be in the spotlight this week when the much-anticipated legislative proposal is expected to be unveiled. But when the legislature returns in the fall, the fate of state stores will share the stage with several other major issues.
Since 1965, Pennsylvania has received more than $160 million from the federal government to acquire land that, according to the funding, must be used for public purposes in perpetuity.
The new Quinnipiac University poll shows that 39 percent of Pennsylvania voters approve of Gov. Corbett’s job performance while 38 percent disapprove.
A Pennsylvania state senate committee has advanced a bill that would impose “impact fees” on natural gas drilling in the state, but some state lawmakers are expressing reservations.
A natural gas driller has agreed to the biggest settlement ever in Pennsylvania for problems at sites in two different parts of the state.
The group says natural gas extraction poses two potential threats: the soup of toxic chemicals and the huge amount of water pumped down wells so natural gas comes up.
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Pennsylvania state senator Joseph Scarnati has rolled out his long-awaited proposal to impose fees on natural gas drillers in the state’s Marcellus Shale region.
Governor Corbett’s newly-formed advisory commission on Marcellus Shale natural gas drilling got a tongue-lashing from dozens of residents concerned about safety and environmental issues as the panel held its second meeting Wednesday.
Chris talks to Kathryn Klaber, head of the Marcellus Shale Coalition, Dom Giordano on Mumia Abu Jamal’s latest court victory and PA State House Majority Leader Mike Turzai about privitizing state liquor stores.
Chris is angry about how the media is covering the rising energy prices, recaps the President’s Facebook town hall, examines the Philadelphia Orchestra’s bankruptcy and debates the designation of a hate crime. He talks to Fox News Senior National Correspondent, John Roberts, about Marcellus Shale drilling in Pennsylvania and James Babb, co-founder of Do Not Fly.
Chris talks to Seth Everett about the Phillies, the Chairman of the Philadelphia Orchestra Association, Richard Worley, about the bankruptcy filing of the orchestra, and KYW Reporter Tony Romeo about developments in Harrisburg surrounding Marcellus Shale.
Pennsylvania environmental regulators are now asking natural gas drilling companies to stop taking wastewater to 15 water treatment plants, mostly in the western part of the state.