Thursday, March 15, 2012

Thursday NewsClips

A new Quinnipiac University Poll finds Pennsylvania voters disapprove 49 - 36 percent of the way Gov. Corbett is handling the state budget and disapprove 53 - 27 percent of the way he is handling funding for the state's public universities, the only funding issue polled.
           Overall Pennsylvania voters give Gov. Tom Corbett a 41 - 41 percent job approval rating, down from a 47 - 34 percent approval rating December 8.
           The same poll found 54 percent of those polled disapprove of the say the General Assembly is doing its job while 29 percent approve.
Largest Cut In PA Conservation Funding Proposed
Corbett's Energy Executive Defends Impact Fee
Butler County Intends To Collect Millions In Drilling Fees
Showdown Expected At SRBC Corral
Most Natural Gas Drilling In 11 Counties
State Searching For Cause Of Methane In Water In Franklin Twp
Editorial: When The Earth Moves, Ask Where The Fracking Is
Editorial: State Must Address Transportation Funding Issues
Speakers Lining Up For Hearing On Homer City Power Plant
Editorial: Great Lakes Cleanup Keeps Status Quo
El estado actualiza los avisos sobre el consumo de pescado para 2012
$245 Million Fine For Electricity Market Manipulation
Luzerne Businesses Given DEP Grants
Deer Harvest Up 6 Percent Statewide
Game Commission Releases 2011-12 Deer Harvest Estimates
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