Sunday, September 18, 2022

Sunday PA Environment & Energy NewsClips 9.18.22

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House returns to session September 19, 20, 21 

     -- Committee Schedule

Senate returns to session September 19, 20, 21

     -- Committee Schedule

TODAY’s Calendar Of Events


--  94 New Stories - REAL Environmental & Conservation Leadership In PA  [PaEN]


-- Environment & Energy Educational Opportunities For Students And Adults  [PaEN]


-- Top 10 Stories: Harrisburg/PA Politics Reported By Local News Media Last Week  [PaEN]

-- Post-Gazette: Want To Be An Olympian? Start Picking Up Trash In Pittsburgh

-- Centre Daily Times: Recycling: Show Off Your Clean Tailgate Spot This Football Season For A Chance To Win A Gift Card

-- Better Path Coalition Webinar Sept. 21 - How Green Is Blue Hydrogen?  7:00 p.m.

-- Inquirer: Wildfire Smoke From Western U.S. Expected In Philly Region Thru Weekend

-- LancasterOnline - Ad Crable: Going Native - Fall A Good Time To Plot Your Turf Lawn Makeover To Native Plant Garden


-- The Nature Conservancy-PA Webinar Sept. 20: Forest Restoration In PA With TNC Land Managers, Noon 


-- Republican Herald - Doyle Dietz: Conservation Museum At Middle Creek Wildlife Area Makes This National Hunting And Fishing Day Like No Other 


-- Republican Herald - Tyler Frantz: Happy Valley Fishing Opportunities Just As Remarkable As Penn State Football


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

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


-- WSJ: Rising Natural Gas Prices Expected To Make It More Expensive To Light, Heat Homes As Winter Looms


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?


Other States/National/International

-- NPR: Farmers Split From Republicans On Climate Change, They’re Getting Billions To Fight It 

-- The Guardian: Criticism Intensifies After Big Oil Admits ‘Gaslighting’ Public Over Green Aims 

-- The Economist: Biden Administration Aims To Quantify Costs Of Ecological Decay

PA Politics - Everything Is Connected

-- PennLive - Charles Thompson: Democrat Shapiro Takes His Gubernatorial Campaign To Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Mastriano Country

-- PennLive - Charles Thompson: Shapiro Voices Support For ‘Lifeline Scholarships’ Championed By School Choice Proponents

-- York Dispatch/Inquirer: Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Mastriano’s Attack On Main Line Jewish School Draws Rebuke From Alumnus Jake Tapper

-- York Dispatch/NY Daily News: Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Mastriano Was Registered To Vote In New Jersey, Just Like Dr. Oz

-- Politics PA: Trafalgar Poll: Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Mastriano, U.S. Senate Candidate Dr. Oz Gain Ground

-- Post-Gazette - Julian Routh: U.S. Senate Candidates’ Approaches To Crime, Justice Are Often Blurred And Complicated

-- Inquirer Guest Essay: To PA Lawmakers: Stop Trying To Rush New Laws By Constitutional Amendments That Sidestep Our Normal Process - Al Schmidt, Committee Of Seventy (Former Republican Member Of Philadelphia Elections Board)

-- PennLive Guest Essay: Knee-Jerk Hostility Has Become The Order Of The Day - Mark Singel

-- LancasterOnline: PA Latino Convention To Address Health, Education, Latino Political Power Starting Sept. 29 In Allentown 

-- MCall: NY City Casinos Are Coming, What Does It Mean For Bethlehem Casino?

-- MCall - Paul Muschick: 3 Ways To Force Turnpike Toll Deadbeats To Pay Up

-- The Hill: Biden Signs Bill Eliminating Civil Statute Of Limitations For Child Sex Abuse Victims

-- Inquirer: To Ban Or Not Ban Cell Phones, Without Them Schools See More Learning, Fewer Fights, Calmer Hallways

-- PA Capital-Star: Allegheny County Prosecutors, Public Defenders Demand Fair Pay As Bargaining Negotiations Break Down

-- Post-Gazette Editorial: Plan For Statewide Review Of Jail Fatalities Demands Action

-- Inquirer: Meth Now Involved In An Increasing Number Of Overdoses In PA, NJ

-- TribLive Editorial: Fix Medical Marijuana Loopholes Before Growing To Recreational Use

-- Post-Gazette - Salena Zito: Remembering Black Monday In 1977 When Steel Plant Shutdowns Begin Throwing 40,000 Steelworks Out Of Work

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[Posted: September 18, 2022]  PA Environment Digest

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