The powerful follow-up to his award-winning original, Josh Fox focuses on people whose lives have been irreparably changed by fracking.
During the last few weeks when setting up our debates, I heard one comment over and over: “you are the only ones I would trust to give us a fair debate.”
Deadline for comments is Nove,ber 15, 2013
Hear assessments of the watershed’s health from experts in agriculture, environment, development and energy
Conservation Issues Update – LWVUS Action Alerts Support EPA’s Limits on Carbon Pollution President Obama and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have proposed a first-ever federal carbon pollution standard for every new power plant built in America. This is a game changer for the climate – especially because power plants are our single source of […]
Charter Reform Bills On October 16, the Senate voted SB 1085 out of the Senate Education Committee. During the meeting numerous questions were posed from both Republican and Democratic senators who feel the bill does not effectively address many issues: pension “double dip”, expansion of charter schools, truancy, etc. In the end, the general consensus […]
We are very proud to acknowledge an honor bestowed to one of our League members. Dr. Judith Curtin was one of two local business people named Honorary Rotarian for 2013
Can you imagine voters so committed to voting that they would travel by buggy overnight?
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale thinks the Department of State is out of line to spend $1 million this year on its Voter ID ads.
Pennsylvania voters will not be required to produce identification to cast ballots in November. A Commonwealth Court judge has barred enforcement of the state’s 2012 voter ID law until he makes a final determination in the case.