Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Wednesday NewsClips

Lawmakers Call For Giving Up Legislative Surplus
A new poll released today by Quinnipiac University found the pubic supports cutting services before raising taxes 56 to 30 percent and 60 percent believe the state budget problem is very serious while another 33 percent call it somewhat serious.
The option of selling the state liquor stores was the most popular option for raising more revenue. 54 percent supported selling the stores, 17 percent favored leasing the Turnpike, 14 percent were for laying off state workers and 7 percent though raising taxes was a good idea.
DRBC Gas Well Hearing May Be Limited After Groups Withdraw
New York Governor Reopens Comment Period On Fracking Document
Gas Drilling Boom Brings Calls To Protect Resources
Electric Utilities' Capped Rates Nearing End
Mapping Mortality: Living Downwind
Wind And Terrain Play A Role In Transport Air Pollution
An Air Pollution Problem In Clearfield County
Steubenville Revealed Its Secrets In Historic Pollution Study
First Lawsuit Over Harrisburg Incinerator Goes To Trial
DRBC Proposes Broad Natural Gas Development Plans
Opposition To Drillers Taking Water From Susquehanna
Pennsylvania: Range Meets Gas Output Target
Recycling Saving Monroe Community $73/Ton

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