Out West, campus gas wells proposed in Pa. not new
The reactions ranged from startled to silly. Was Gov. Tom Corbett serious when he said in April that state college campuses situated over the Marcellus shale could be opened to natural gas drilling? Environmentalists conjured images of dirty, dangerous drill rigs sprawling across campus quadrangles.
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#1 May 30, 2011
Robert Myers, director of environmental studies and a professor of English at Lock Haven University
The unfortunate reality is that these are tough economic times. We have a budget hole of $4.1 billion, Cawley said.
Left alone, he said, that hole would grow to $23 billion by 2015, so tough choices were made. He said the budget process includes appropriations hearings and members of the General Assembly will have suggestions on priorities and allocating dollars.
But, he said, for the first time in recent history the state budget will go down, not up, if it passes.
I think the good news for the people of Pennsylvania is that the gravy train of reckless spending has pulled into the station, he said.
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#3 Jun 5, 2011
I am a card carrying member of the Broken Record Union Local #1. Please pay no attention to my anti-union rhetoric.(See how annoying one poster who beats the same dead horse gets on your nerves!!)
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