Friday, July 2, 2010

Friday NewsClips

State Budget May Be Unraveling
Budget Unsigned In Spat On Fiscal Office
State Workers Resigned To Layoffs
Rendell: We Have Contingency For Federal Dollars
Editorial: On Time, But Not Much More
Editorial: It Meets Deadline But Not Our Needs
Editorial: Faux Budget, Hey Harrisburg Your Work's Not Done
Environmental Advocate Troubled By Cuts At DEP, DCNR
Cattle May Have Drunk Drilling Wastewater
Onorato Wants Drilling To Go On, But With Care
Column: New Developments On Marcellus Shale Drilling Raise More Concerns
Hundreds Turn Out In Support Of Clean Air, Water Bills In Pittsburgh
EPA Issues Pollutant Limits For Chesapeake Bay
Consumers Save Money, Water With EPA’s WaterSense Program
Penn State Global Warming Scientist Cleared Of Misconduct
Penn State Panel Clears Global Warming Scholar
Penn State Scientist Mann Cleared Of Research Misconduct
Editorial: Environmental Issues, Let's Present Right Ideas To Kids
More Toward Alternative Energy Sparks Businesses, Jobs
PUC Sets Hearing On FirstEnergy-Allegheny Energy Merger
Hunters Encouraged To Join Deer Management Program
Editorial: Questions For WPC On Clear Cutting
PA Oil And Gas Regs Changing
Partnering For Public Land In Pike County
Editorial: Successful Lake Wallenpaupack Cleanup
Vandals Target Damascus Marcellus Shale Well
Berks Lab Charged With Falsifying Water Tests
Gas Companies Advised Not To Use Creeks In Wyoming County
No-Till Planter Should Be Available In Fall In Lycoming

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