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There seems to be a lot more at stake for the person having all the closed negotiations. It's interesting that Mr Fitzgerald is the one person who can benefit the most from any drilling activity in Allegheny county since many of his personal companies can profit a great deal. He is in the water purification business and also has worked with chemical companies. Does this sound fishy to anyone else....well it seems like those council members that abstained for "Conflicts of interest" did so because some of them have good reasons. The person who should be abstaining from these negations is the one and only who will personally profit the most! Sounds like a conflict of interest to me. One person gets rich, and the rest of us pay for it with our health, environment and safety at risk. Not to mention loss of property values. Mortgage companies and insurance companies are now not granting either near drilling activities because of the risk associated with properties close to drilling activities. If that's not enough information for you just go some research of your own. It's a bad deal for everyone but the toxic industry and a very few individuals!
Seeing as how the state of Pennsylvania doesn't view young adults as independent until they reach the age of 23, have a child, enter the military, or seek legal emancipation why couldn't the bill protect people until the age of 23? Once someone turns 18 they shouldn't loose the protection this bill seeks to offer. If anything once a person turns 18 they may see an uptick in such behavior as they're seen as being "legal" and therefore an even wider net of pervs might begin to target them.
Not only that, but Hanger is the right person to lead Pennsylvania into the future with clean energy. It can't happen overnight, so we need someone like John who can stop the damage now and take steps toward clean energy immediately.
John Hanger gets my vote.
Hanger is the only candidate who has the knowledge and experience fighting these gas companies face to face. His plan to give power back to the cities and create ombudsman offices to give individuals like you and me a voice against fracking dangers is the best plan put forth.
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While John Hanger certainly has the strength and qualities to run the country, he is PA ALL THE WAY!
Hanger really knows his stuff. He's clearly the most qualified to fix Pennsylvania. Check out his stance on all the issues, here:
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Tighter rules for strip clubs will easily send strip clubs the way of the dinosaurs. Not to mention if that happens, how long do you reckon it would take for city and possibly even state legislatures to pass laws that first ban tank tops and shorts and enforce school-style dress codes in society? And then pass a new dress law requiring long sleeves and long pants even when it is 120 degrees actual temperature outside, and then before you know it, the government starts dressing up society the Eskimo/Saudi Arabia way.
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only 20 years behind us PA, sad and scary...and to think you and new york used to represent yankee freedom many many many years ago...no longer
AMERICA'S WAR ON DRUGS IS A WAR ON AMERICANS!!!!33
"I support expunging the criminal records of anyone convicted of possessing small amounts of cannabis." Golly. This guy gets right to it. Putting liberal activist in jail and taking away their voting rights forever is whole idea of the Drug War. I nominate John Hanger to be Hllary's VP in 2016. Bill, Hillary and John will be a good team. It would be nice to be there for the Inauguration, a cloud of glory in the Rose Garden, peace spreading over the Earth.
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Over 3,000 of your friends, neighbors and family have signed.
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STOP THE FRACKING OF THE ALLEGHENY COUNTY REGIONAL PARKS.
SUPPORT ALLEGHENY COUNTY COUNCIL MEMBER BARBRA DALY DANKO’S
3-YEAR HOLD LEGISLATION!
Call or write to County Executive Rich Fitzgerald - leave the message. Stop Fracking Our Parks! Now.
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Pittsburgh, PA 15219
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I encourage all of you who read this article, if you think that drilling under our parks and/or fracking in general is a very dangerous practice that needs a moratorium and ban, then please attend the next county council meeting on November 19th at 5:00pm. You can come in support of the rest of us that go every week, and we encourage you to also speak for your allotted 3 minutes. Call the county council by Monday the 18th, and get on the list to speak. It is a great experience and we welcome new voices, and council needs to hear you in person, it is just that much more effective. We want people from all over Allegheny County. COME!!
Someone fill me in on this Fitzgerald memo pleading for money from the drillers during the campaign? Really? Makes what when on at the "airport hearing" even more of a joke! Get rid of him!
Fitzy's got to go. I see very little daylight between him and Corbett when it comes to our environment and that's frightening. We can't allow him to be reelected if we want air to breath, water to drink, or local food to eat.
I strongly urge all those opposed to fracking to find other means of heating, powering, and cooking. If we want to stop fracking we've got to stop using their products.
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