Monday, September 27, 2021

Monday PA Environment & Energy NewsClips 9.27.21

returns to session September 27, 28, 29; October 18, 19, 20

     -- Committee Schedule

House returns to session September 27, 28, 29; October 4, 5, 6

     -- Committee Schedule

TODAY’s Calendar Of Events


TODAY 8:00: House State Government Committee meets to consider Senate Bill 533 (Yaw-R- Lycoming) would prohibit any public participation in state agency rulemaking and policy making processes during a declared state emergency and prohibits agencies from adopting regulations unrelated to the emergency.  Room 205 Ryan Building. Click Here to watch it live.


TODAY  9:30: House Environmental Resources and Energy Committee hearing on PJM’s MOPR Proposal and Maintaining Competitive And Reliable Energy Markets.  Room G-50 Irvis Building.  Click Here to watch the hearing online.

TODAY  11:00: Senate Transportation Committee hearing on vehicle emissions and electrification.  Hearing Room 1 North Office Building. Click Here to watch online.


-- The September 27 PA Environment Digest Is Now Available

-- PennLive Editorial: Climate Change Will Be Focus Of Sept. 28 World News Day As Most Important Story Of Our Times

-- CentreDT: Centre County Recycling & Refuse Authority’s Green Business Partnership Applications, Tours Available

-- ErieT Guest Essay: Breathing Easier About The State Of Classroom Air

-- ScrantonT: Downtown Scranton Pocket Park Remains Work In Progress

-- PG: Allegheny County Couple Gives Monarch Butterflies The Royal Treatment

-- Erie: Autumn Colors Might Not Be As Bright This Fall In Erie Area

-- AltoonaM Editorial: Pennsylvania’s Wildlife Corridors Help All Species

-- WilliamsportS Editorial: Pennsylvania’s Wildlife Corridors Help All Species

-- TribLive: Search Continues For Steller’s Sea Eagle That Escaped From National Aviary In Pittsburgh

-- PennLive - Marcus Schneck: Archery Hunting Season For Deer Opens Oct. 2

-- YorkDR: Snake Bites Could Be On Rise This Fall, What You Need To Know Before Hitting The Trails

Bipartisan U.S. Senate Infrastructure Bill

-- TribLive Guest Essay: Pittsburgh Region A National Model For Future-Focused Infrastructure - Greater Pittsburgh Chamber

-- TribLive: Pelosi Vows Infrastructure Bill Will Pass This Week


-- The Guardian: Cop26 Climate Talks Will Not Fulfil Aims Of Paris Agreement, Key Players Warn

PA Politics

-- PA Cap-Star Editorial Cartoon: PA Republican 2022 Clone Car Primary

-- ErieT: PA School Boards Bearing Brunt Of Anti-Mask Parents’ Anger

-- TribLive: Westmoreland County School Board Considers Joining Mask Mandate Lawsuits

-- CourierT: Central Bucks School District Parents Send In Over 1,100 Yet-To-Be-Approved Mask Exemption Forms

-- AltoonaM: Regional Colleges Report Campus Life Gets Back On Track

-- WESA: SW PA Businesses Split On Whether To Return To Office Or Require Vaccines

-- Inquirer: COVID Isn’t The Most Serious Threat Facing Some Philadelphians, Consider Gun Violence

-- Inquirer: Delaware County Democrat Trying To Break Political Divide: Listening To Republicans

-- TribLive: Why PA Turnpike Tolls Will Continue Rising For Next 30 Years

-- PennLive - Jan Murphy: Medical Marijuana Patients Risk Arrest For DUI In PA

-- WESA: PA Lawmakers Know A Dementia Care Crisis Is Coming, Will They Agree On A Response?

-- ErieT: Philadelphia’s Eviction Diversion Model Keeps Tenants In Their Homes, Landlords Get Paid

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[Posted: September 27, 2021]  PA Environment Digest

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