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Rep. Sara Innamorato Mar 6
provides a public subsidy of $8.8 million per permanent job over the course of the tax break. Our hearing broke down the socialized cost of this proposal and our tour of Millvale showcased the alternative. We can fight for good jobs *and* a safe environment for us all.
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Climate Solutions 3 Apr 19
A standard will reduce Washington’s carbon pollution, protect our kids’ health, and boost rural jobs! Tell we need !
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Senator Tim Kearney Jan 29
For too long, we have sacrificed the health and safety of our communities and our environment for corporate profits. We should be protecting our natural resources, not selling them to the gas industry. I will be voting against .
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Berks Gas Truth Mar 1
PA, you want to know why your elected officials put your health, safety, and future at risk to support cracker plants and bills like ? Here's why.
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Pittsburgh Green Left 🌻🥑 Mar 26
There is misinformation about how many jobs produces. In actuality, there are only about 5000 direct jobs, and maybe 20,000 "supported" jobs. Most other industries employ WAY more than this. A will be more successful than .
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Zachary Barber Feb 14
"Pennsylvanians don’t need corporate neighbors that value profit margins & plastics more than people. We don’t need our elected leaders offering taxpayer handouts in return for pollution, sickness and eventual abandonment" Well said, .
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Pittsburgh Green Left 🌻🥑 Mar 19
Here's jobs that are desperately needed & will do immense good for society, rather than destroy our environment & threaten civilization like oil/gas would. Politicians should consider where they want to go next very carefully. Let Gov Wolf veto .
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PennFuture Mar 19
Friends: in the midst of a global pandemic, our legislators yesterday sent - a bill that gives billions in handouts to fracked gas and petrochemicals - to Gov. Wolf. Please take a few seconds today and ask the governor to veto this awful bill.
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Stephanie Wein is staying home Feb 4
The Pennsylvania legislature just marked by passing a bipartisan $800 million giveaway to the petrochemical industry to: - Make more - Worsen the - Turn Western PA into another vote count here:
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Better Path Coalition Feb 13
Outstanding op-ed by is a must-read.
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Garret Wassermann for PA 🌻 Mar 31
Governor Wolf vetoed which would give billions of $$ to petrochemicals & fossil fuels over decades, at precisely the moment when we need to be transitioning away from fossil fuels with a . Legislators must oppose any veto override.
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FracTracker Alliance Mar 5
Hey Pennsylvanians - here's what you need to know about , a bill that would provide billions in subsidies to petrochemical companies that use fracked gas as feedstock.
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Shale Energy Alliance Mar 9
. is speaking now on the support for which would encourage and jobs in Pennsylvania. It passed the House by a vote of 157-35 and the Senate by a vote of 39-11. It's time for Governor Wolf to sign this into law.
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Rep. Steve Samuelson Feb 6
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Rebecca Britton Mar 10
no taxpayer handouts for petrochemicals. Radioactive for destroys , , , safety and community vitality. What is the price tag to create a stable and healthy environment?
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Mish Fetting Mar 18
Instead of petrochemicals, let's invest in high speed rail and connect our region with the rest of the world. please VETO and see the great things that are possible!
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LiUNA! Mid-Atlantic 10h
. Business Manager Anthony Seiwell in reminds PA that support is stronger than 's veto
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Earthworks Mar 21
The future is in like wind & solar, yet PA would give & millions through 2050 when "other companies are also cutting back their investment in natural gas extraction, and so are the banks that finance energy."
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RaiseYourHandTexas 23 Mar 15
Here's a great comparison of & - both bills aimed at expanding in
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PennEnvironment Mar 18
BREAKING: has officially been signed by the PA state Senate and it is being sent to 's desk. Here's our statement from when the bill first passed back in February:
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