A York Dispatch editorial says that natural gas drillers will benefit from the PA State Budget, while others make up for the expected $2.2 billion shortfall.
Bucks County Courier-Times: “End free ride for frackers”
The Bucks County Courier Times editorial board makes a compelling case for a statewide shale tax, noting that, “It’s like a millionaire hitting the lottery. It just doesn’t seem right that energy companies mining natural gas in Pennsylvania, which is bloated with the stuff, essentially are getting a free ride. By that we mean they […]
Letter from Fraternal Order of Police Opposing House Bill 438 and House Bill 991
Read a letter from Les Neri, President of the Fraternal Order of Police, Pennsylvania Lodge opposing HB 438 and HB 991.
CLEAR Coalition Opposes Liquor Privatization Bills in House Committee
The Coalition for Labor Engagement and Accountable Revenues (CLEAR) Coalition opposes the bills scheduled for a vote in the April 3rd meeting of the House Liquor Control Committee.
Independent report shows PA revenues down yet again
WITF reports that with just about two weeks before the governor gives his annual budget address, the state’s Independent Fiscal Office has released an updated revenue report. Like most of the IFO’s reports in the last several months, this one does not contain good news.