You can also ask PennFuture's legal staff questions about this law.
Pennsylvania should pursue world-class standards, should enact a reasonable drilling tax, and should protect its population. Instead, in February of 2012, House Bill 1950 was signed into law, as Act 13, by Gov. Corbett.
Housing prices in these same areas have skyrocketed, often — literally and figuratively — leaving long-time residents out in the cold when they’re priced out of their homes.
Heavy truck and other traffic damage roads — sometimes faster than they can be repaired.
The list of challenges continues to grow.
PennFuture will continue to be vigilant in our work to protect Pennsylvania.
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