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Impact of one life Follow up to TV program on murder of Vicki Klotzbach

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Impact of PA Supreme Court ruling on environment/ Coroner Graham Hetrick talks his TV show

Marcellus Shale gas drilling site at night 600 x 340.jpg

Photo by Scott LaMar/WITF

What to look for on Smart Talk Thursday, July 6, 2017:

A historic decision from the Pennsylvania Supreme Court last month is being viewed as a victory for environmental rights advocates.  The Court ruling underscored the state’s Environmental Rights Amendment in Pennsylvania’s Constitution, making the Commonwealth the official “trustee” of Pennsylvania’s natural resources.

Justice Christine Donahue writing for the majority said: “The Commonwealth (including the Governor and General Assembly) may not approach our public natural resources as a proprietor, and instead must at all times fulfill its role as a trustee.”

The ruling will necessitate the states legislators and agencies take more responsibility for clean air and water.

However, the the most immediate impact may be proceeds from oil and gas drilling on state lands will be directed to environmental conservation programs instead of being diverted to

Read more at: http://www.witf.org/smart-talk/2017/07/impact-of-pa-supreme-court-ruling-on-environment-corner-graham-hetrick-talks-his-tv-show.php

Impact of PA Supreme Court ruling on environment/ Coroner … – WITF

Marcellus Shale gas drilling site at night 600 x 340.jpg

Photo by Scott LaMar/WITF

What to look for on Smart Talk Thursday, July 6, 2017:

A historic decision from the Pennsylvania Supreme Court last month is being viewed as a victory for environmental rights advocates.  The Court ruling underscored the state’s Environmental Rights Amendment in Pennsylvania’s Constitution, making the Commonwealth the official “trustee” of Pennsylvania’s natural resources.

Justice Christine Donahue writing for the majority said: “The Commonwealth (including the Governor and General Assembly) may not approach our public natural resources as a proprietor, and instead must at all times fulfill its role as a trustee.”

The ruling will necessitate the states legislators and agencies take more responsibility for clean air and water.

However, the the most immediate impact may be proceeds from oil and gas drilling on state lands will be directed to environmental conservation programs instead of being diverted to

Read more at: http://www.witf.org/smart-talk/2017/07/impact-of-pa-supreme-court-ruling-on-environment-corner-graham-hetrick-talks-his-tv-show.php