A Free Public Education Forum:
Wednesday, September 17th
Tokishi Training Center •124 NYPUM Drive •Wellsboro
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- How to recognize potential hazards and leaks
- Emergency response precautions you an take
- Ways to make better land use decisions near pipelines
- How a simple call to 811 can make the difference
Funded by a Technical Assistance Grant to the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania Citizen Education Fund by the U.S. Department of Transportation, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA)
LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF THE
AREA PRESENTS A DISCUSSION OF HARRISBURG
THE IMPENDING GAS PIPELINE THAT WILL CROSS PARTS OF CUMBERLAND, YORK, DAUPHIN AND LEBANON COUNTIES
Monday, Sept. 22 at 7:00 P.M.
Linglestown Road Giant Community Room
Guest Speaker: Roberta Winters League of Women Voters of
Marcellus Shale Pipeline Specialist PA, PA
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Join us for this FREE presentation and discussion.
Public health research needs associated with unconventional natural gas drilling operations:
Testimony to the EPA
- July 31, 2014
Comments to the United States Environmental Protection Agency Regarding Rule III (d) Rule for Existing Power Plants
Pipeline and Drilling Updates
The latest report from Earthworks: Blackout in the Gas Patch- How Pennsylvania Residents are Left in the Dark on Health and Enforcement:
League Testimony on Environmental Quality Board's Current Proposal re: additional RACT (reasonably available control technology) requirements and emission limitations for certain major stationary sources of oxides of nitrogen plus volatile organic compound emissions (VOC):
- May 29, 2014
League Testimony to PA Environmental Quality Board re: Proposed Rulemaking: Additional RACT Requirements for Major Sources of NOx and VOCs in Harrisburg
- April 19, 2014
League Testimony to PA Environmental Quality Board re: Proposed Rulemaking: Additional RACT Requirements for Major Sources of NOx and VOCs in Norristown
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett won't appeal Voter ID law
Congratulations to the League of Women Voters of PA, the lead organizational plaintiff in the Voter ID lawsuit against the Commonwealth of PA, and to all members and community partners who fought alongside us.
Governor Corbett announced that he will not appeal to the PA Supreme Court the judge's ruling on the unconstitutionality of the law.
As a reminder, voters WILL NOT have to show a photo ID to vote in the May 20th primary!
Respect Returned to the PA Voters!
Voter ID Law Struck Down
Sherene Hess named to Water Resources Advisory Committee
WRAC provides technical advice to DEP on the environmental, economic, and other social impacts of existing, new or proposed regulations, policies, and control techniques or technologies affecting water resources management including but not limited to surface/ground water quality and quantity issues.
We at LWVPA are proud of all of Sherene's contributions to the League. She is a significant force and a wonderful source of dedication and knowledge for the League. We look forward to a great future for Sherene.
THE LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF RADNOR TOWNSHIP
Civic Participation Keeps You Young!
Sammie Ruth Fletcher holds a Certificate of Civic Participation from the RLWV in honor of her 100th birthday on October 12.
FEATURE: by Lynda Ginsparg, The Radnor Voter Newsletter Editor
There is a 100-year-old treasure residing in Radnor Township, and her name is Sammie Ruth Fletcher. The newly-minted centenarian celebrated her birthday on October 12, joined by family and friends at a dinner in her honor. Much has been written about Mrs. Fletcher since her arrival in the township more than 65 years ago. She is most noted for bringing together United Nations representatives from several countries to experience life in the United States by visiting the homes of average Americans here in Radnor in 1954.
Benefits the League of Women Voters of PA - Citizen Education Fund
Contributions to LWVPA-CEF, a 501(c)(3) organization,
are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law.
It's not too late to support the LWVPA - Citizen Education Fund
Read the August 16th Commonwealth Court order r
The trial for a permanent injunction of Pennsylvania's Voter ID law (Act 18 of 2012) was conducted in Commonwealth Court in Harrisburg from July 15 through August 1st. Read daily updates from the courtroom as posted by the Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia.
Go to www.healthcare.gov to choose and sign up for a policy.
It¡¯s a NO BRAINER! ACT NOW to Save PA Money and Promote Health Care
Details can be found in this Essential Healthcare Benefit Study done for the PA Insurance Department.