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Saturday, November 19, 2011

Corbett Pats Legislators On The Back For Passing Legislation On Drilling

Governor Corbett Praises General Assembly for Action on Marcellus Shale Legislation

Harrisburg – Governor Tom Corbett today thanked members of the House for
passing House Bill 1950. This strong Marcellus Shale package, which promotes job
growth, protects the environment and includes a responsible impact fee,
incorporates many of the recommendations of the Marcellus Shale Advisory

The package now moves to the Senate for their consideration.

In addition, Corbett commended the Senate for passing Senate Bill 1100 this week
which also enhances environmental standards and includes an impact fee.
In October, Corbett outlined his Marcellus Shale proposal, which followed the work of the Marcellus Shale Advisory Commission and includes a plan to move
Pennsylvania toward energy independence.

“I look forward to continuing to work with the members of the General Assembly to enact a fair and comprehensive Marcellus Shale package this session,” Corbett said.

Both the Senate bill and the House bill severely restrict the ability of local governments to control drilling activities or locations by local zoning regulations.


Anonymous said...

You are a fraud Corbett and you should be impeached.

Anonymous said...

... incorporates many of the recommendations of the Marcellus Shale Advisory

where are the taxpayers recommendations?

Anonymous said...

The same Marcellus Shale Commission stacked with drilling industry insiders? Thanks, I feel so much safer now.