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Thursday, July 19, 2012

Recorded live on July 19, 2012 12:38pm ET Marty Causer -- Welfare Reform and more

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Marty Causer -- Welfare Reform and more

Rep. Marty Causer on Welfare Reform on WESB With Anne Holliday

State Representative Marty Causer was on today's LiveLine and one of the issues we discussed was welfare reform.



Anonymous said...

Welfare reform. I'm not saying it isn't needed but the devil is in the details.

"Conservatives say if you don't give the rich more money, they will lose their incentive to invest.

As for the poor, they tell us they've lost all incentive because we've given them too much money."

Anonymous said...

STOP The Welfare FRAUD Now!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Marty: "Oh my gosh we're gonna harm a fish or something "

Changing the law,allowing
municipalities to clean out stream obstructions without obtaining authorization through the DEP
does in fact have the potential to harm fish.

Marty..grow up!

Leave authorizing permits with the the DEP's qualified staff.Hydro-geologists and engineers that are able to study proposed stream projects and make the appropriate decisions.

I'm sorry Emporium has been denied authorization to clean out an obstruction but I'm certain; qualified people had good reason to deny their request for a permit.

Sometimes the answer is "NO."
It's unfortunate we have a legislator who isn't grown up enough to just accept it.

Anonymous said...

Qualified people? Escuse me? It doens't take a rocket scientist to figure out how to clean debris and pollution out of our streams. How can that hurt the fishies? Funny we didn't need these so-called "Qualified people" years ago so why now? Just more jobs created by some political moron for his family and friends.

Anonymous said...

There doesn't appear to be any "denied" permits for Emporium according to the DEP's website.

In fact there was a

Anonymous said...

"I've met with them (PADEP) on numerous occasions and they will sit and say Yes we recognize the problem but will not come up with a solution. Which tells me they really don't recognize the problem,and don't see it as a problem and don't want to deal with it"

Marty seems to have lost his faith in the PADEP.

I guess we better just cross our fingers and hope the incompetents Marty is speaking about will somehow be able to recognize and address the more complex environmental concerns that are associated with hydraulic fracturing.

Anonymous said...

i am lost here. discussing welfare to dep. what the hell do the dep got to do welfare? im not eating fish out of the crick or river, hell there is not enough water tto fish in them. give me a break.

Anonymous said...

NO WATER! it rained last night didn't you see it rise a nano inch.. now there getting ready to frack a well?

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't mind if the reason DEP said NO to clearing obstructed streambeds was reasonable but when you have a FOREST growing in a creekbed, that catches dead limbs and debrie building to the point of a house, and you need to get it removed and they still say NO, there is something wrong.