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June 4 Webinar On PA State Budget: Legislators Haven't Stopped Their Attack On The Environment

Conservation Voters of PA and PennFuture will host a June 4 webinar on the state budget and how legislators haven't stopped their attack on environmental programs from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.

Ezra Thrush, Director of Government Affairs for PennFuture, and Katie Blume, Political Director for Conservation Voters of Pennsylvania, will give an overview of the budgetary process, point out the environmental priorities, and discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the budget.

Click Here to register for this free event.

Related Articles:

-- 5 Month FY 2020-21 Budget Bills Now Law, Hard Decisions Deferred Until After Nov. 3 Election

-- House Republicans Pass Bill To Freeze Funding For County Conservation Districts, Local Parks, Farm Conservation, Watershed Restoration Projects; Will Hurt Local Economies

-- House Republicans Report Out Bill To Reallocate Keystone Fund That Threatens Vitality Of PA’s Outdoor Economy At A Critical Time For Small Businesses

-- Analysis: Where Did The $2.93 Billion In Environmental Funding The General Assembly Diverted Or Cut Go?

-- Analysis: 2020 Is A Make Or Break Year For Environmental Funding

-- PA Supreme Court Grants PA Environmental Defense Foundation Request For Oral Argument In Challenge To State Forest Drilling Revenue Transfers

-- Op-Ed: State Government Is Ignoring Pennsylvania’s Constitutional Right To A Clean Environment For Generations Yet To Come - Ron Evans, PA Environmental Defense Foundation

-- New PEC Podcast: Fmr Gov. Tom Ridge On Conservatives Being Out Of Touch On The Environment

-- Op-Ed: My Fellow Conservatives Are Out Of Touch On The Environment - Fmr. Gov. Tom Ridge

[Posted: May 31, 2020]  PA Environment Digest


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