Monday, May 30, 2022

Monday PA Environment & Energy NewsClips 5.30.22

Are You Telling Your Story?

Senate returns to session June 6, 7, 8 [Budget Time!]

     -- Committee Schedule

House returns to session June 7, 8, 9 [Budget Time!]

     -- Committee Schedule

TODAY’s Calendar Of Events

-- May 30 PA Environment Digest Now Available  [PaEN]

-- Guest Essay: Energy Independence Is A National Security Issue - By Lt. General Richard Zilmer, USMC (Ret.), Pennsylvania Native  [PaEN]  

-- MCall: Temple University Researchers Studying Private Water Wells In 11 Central, Eastern PA Counties To See If The Water Is Causing Illnesses In Children [Study Webpage ]

-- AP: Tornadoes Confirmed In Franklin, Lancaster Counties, Buildings Damaged

-- Erie Times: Look Back To 1985: Tornado Devastates Albion [Photos]

-- Post-Gazette: EPA: Derailed Train In Harmar Leaked 3,000 Gallons Of Petroleum Into Waterways

-- TribLive: Last Of Derailed Norfolk Southern Cars Removed From Guy Run In Harmar


-- New Erie County Program Aims To Permanently Preserve Area Farmlands

-- WeConservePA: Central PA Conservancy Names Jason Andrew Beale Executive Director

6th Oil/Natural Gas Spike: True Energy Independence Means Renewables

[There Is No Limit On What Oil/Natural Gas Industry Can Make You Pay]

-- Financial Times: Oil Breaches $120 A Barrel On Supply Concerns

American Rescue Plan Funding


-- $11 Billion In Federal American Rescue Plan Funding To PA State Government, Local Governments Has Yet To Be Invested.  What’s Your Community Doing?


Bipartisan Federal Infrastructure Law


-- Post-Gazette: Inflation Could Put Severe Limits On Benefits Of Federal Infrastructure, PennDOT Officials Say


-- WSJ: Electric Vehicles Proliferate, While Charging Stations Lag Behind


Other States/National/International

-- WSJ: Methane Mitigation Industry Rush To Cash In On EPA’s Oil & Gas Methane Rule

PA Politics - Everything Is Connected

-- AP: Christian Nationalism On The Rise In Some Republican Campaigns [Mastriano In PA]

-- Erie Times: Republican Leaders, PA’s Cong. Scott Perry, Yet To Denounce Racist Replacement Theory Repeated By Buffalo Mass Shooting Suspect

-- LancasterOnline: Republican Rep. Zimmerman Lost Committee Assignments For Support Of Right-Wing Candidate Who Tried To Unseat Republican Sen. Aument In Primary

-- Erie Times: Senators Casey, Toomey May Propose Gun Legislation Following Buffalo, Texas Mass Shootings

-- AP: Governors Diverge On Gun Control, School Security Efforts [PA Included]

-- AP: 1-Year-Old Shot, Killed In Downtown Pittsburgh Drive-By Shooting

-- Inquirer: Teachers, Parents Everywhere Are Terrified Again, In Philly, That Fear Is ‘Every Single Day’

-- Inquirer Guest Essay: Nursing Shortage Can Be Fixed By Speeding Up Licensing Process

-- Post-Gazette/Inquirer: Special Education Costs Are Rising, But State Isn’t Footing The Bill, Children In Poorer Districts ‘Losing Out’

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[Posted: May 30, 2022]  PA Environment Digest

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