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    2015 PEC Policy Conference: Rep. Greg Vitali

    Rep. Greg Vitali, minority chair of the House Environmental Resources and Energy Committee, discusses Gov. Wolf’s proposed Energy Investment Initiative and the recent update to the Climate Impact Assessment for Pennsylvania.

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    2015 PEC Policy Conference: Kathleen Robertson

    Exelon’s environmental fuels and policy manager Kathleen Robertson discusses the need for business certainty in Gov. Wolf’s proposed Pennsylvania Clean Energy Plan at PEC’s 2015 Policy Conference in Harrisburg.

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    2015 PEC Policy Conference: Lee Ann Murray

    Lee Ann Murray, assistant director and staff attorney of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation discusses the challenges and opportunities surrounding remediation of the bay at the 2015 PEC Policy Conference in Harrisburg.

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    2015 PEC Policy Conference: John Schombert

    John Schombert, executive director of 3 Rivers Wet Weather, discusses the issues of controlling stormwater management and combined sewer overflow (CSO’s) throughout Pennsylvania at PEC’s 2015 Policy Conference in Harrisburg.

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    2015 PEC Policy Conference: Rep. Kate Harper

    Rep. Kate Harper (PA–61st) discusses her views about PEC at its 2015 Policy Conference in Harrisburg.

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    PEC Environmental Policy & Advocacy

    Senior Vice President John Walliser summarizes PEC’s environmental policy initiatives from 2015 and looks ahead at some of the critical priorities for 2016.

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    House Bill 2013 Would Impair DCNR’s Management of State Parks

    PEC President Davitt Woodwell discusses how House Bill 2013 would impair the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources’ (DCNR) management of state parks.

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