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House returns to session Jan. 4, 10, 11, 12, 24, 25, 26

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Senate returns to session Jan. 4, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26

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TODAY’s Calendar Of Events


-- Let’s Pass Some Good Environmental & Energy Legislation In 2022 - Instead Of Just Dog Whistles  [PaEN]


-- In 2021 Initiatives By The Biden Administration, Congress Make Historic Investments In Cleaning Up PA’s Environment; How To Invest $11 Billion Remains Up In The Air  [PaEN]


-- ScrantonT: Bipartisan Infrastructure Law To Deliver NE PA Major Funding For Abandoned Mine Land Reclamation


-- ScrantonT: EV Charging Stations Available At Scheetz In Scranton


-- WESA: Behind In Your Water/Sewer Bill? New PA Program Can Help


-- DCNR Submits Comments Calling For A Full EIS, Comment Extension On Proposed Low-Altitude Combat Training Flights Over The PA Wilds  [PaEN]


-- The Express: Clinton County Commissioners Galvanize Opposition To Military Flights


-- ErieT - Brian Whipkey: Start The Year Off On The Right Foot - Take A Hike In A State Park


-- WHYY: PA Offers First Day Hikes Statewide To Get More People Outside, Active In New Year


-- ReadingE: First Day Hikes Are Back, Here’s Where To Find Them


-- ErieT: Erie Conservation District: Why You Should Take A Winter Hike At Erie County’s Overlooked Public Park


-- TribLive: Hempfield Students Take 2nd In Carnegie Science Center Competition


Bipartisan Federal Infrastructure Law


-- ScrantonT: Bipartisan Infrastructure Law To Deliver NE PA Major Funding For Abandoned Mine Land Reclamation

PA Politics - Everything Is Connected

-- WESA: Public Is Weighing In On Proposed New Voting Districts, So Far They Don’t Like What They See

-- YorkD Editorial: Don’t Sleep On Redistricting, York County. Lawmakers Are Choosing Their Voters

-- AP: Children Coming From Border Get Attention In PA Governor’s Race; Republican Lou Barletta Worried About Criminals

-- Inquirer: Both Parties Can Redefine Themselves In PA In 2022

-- PennLive - John Baer: In 2022, PA Faces A Tornado Of Politics, Including A Trip To The Land Of Oz

-- AP: How Republicans Seize Election Power: ‘Slow-Motion Insurrection’ [PA Included]

-- USA Today: How The U.S. Government Failed To Stop The Rise Of Domestic Extremism [Pittsburgh As Hot Spot For Domestic Extremists, PA Included]

-- PennLive - Jan Murphy: PA Justice Tom Saylor Reflects On 28-Year Judicial Career

-- Inquirer: Efforts To Ban Books Are On The Rise, Philly YA Authors Say ‘Silent Censorship’ Is Also Getting Worse

-- CourierT: Parents Say Pennridge School District Sent Anti-LGBTQ Message By Restricting Children’s Book

-- WilliamsportSun: 2021 Person Of The Year Finalist: Williamsport Library Withstands Controversy For Sake Of LGBTQ+ Community

-- MCall: PA Reports Record-Shattering 17,520 New COVID Cases Wednesday

-- PennLive: PA Records One Of Its Highest Daily COVID Death Tolls

-- PG: ICU Beds Filling Up At Western PA Hospitals As COVID Cases Surge

-- LancasterOnline: Dept. Of Health Fights Efforts To Release COVID Death Totals By ZIP Code

-- PennLive: Lebanon County Commissioner Who Fought COVID Restrictions Dies Of COVID Complications

-- AltoonaM: 3 Siblings Found Dead In Cambria County In October Died From COVID

-- ReadingE: Career Firefighter In Berks, Montgomery Counties Dies Of COVID

-- PEMA/Dept. Of Health: Feds Select Hospital, EMS Strike Team Locations To Assist In PA

-- AP: York, Scranton To Get FEMA Teams’ Help With COVID Surge

-- MCall: Big Demand For COVID Tests Means Hours Long Waits At Lehigh Valley Testing Centers

-- ReadingE: Reading Schools To Go Virtual For A Week Due To COVID Concerns

-- PG: Pittsburgh Restaurants, Bars Temporarily Close Amid Rise In COVID Cases

-- LancasterOnline Editorial: Lawmakers Must Still Address Subpar Unemployment Compensation System

-- AG Shapiro: 75% Of PA Counties Sign On To Billion Dollar Opioid Settlement So Far

-- TribLive Editorial: Alcohol Use Increase Is Pandemic Side Effect

-- TribLive: Registered Sex Offenders Often Go Undetected In Care Homes, Sometimes At An Unspeakable Cost

-- TribLive: In PA, No Central Registry Tracks Convicted Sex Offenders Placed In Nursing Care Facilities

-- TribLive: Brighton Rehab No Stranger To Federal, State Scrutiny For Resident Care

-- TribLive: Lawmakers Vow To Better Protect Care Home Residents From Convicted Sex Offenders

-- TribLive: Convicted Sex Offenders Often Land In Unregulated Boarding Homes

-- TribLive Editorial: Nursing Home Residents Deserve Protection From Sex Offenders

-- Spotlight PA: Christian Hall Was Killed One Year Ago By State Police, His Family Still Wants For Answers

--  ErieT: Erie Police Chief’s 2022 Plan To Fight Gun Violence

-- AP: PA Supreme Court Rules Pot Smell Alone Can’t Justify Warrantless Search

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[Posted: December 30, 2021]  PA Environment Digest

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