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State officials release terms for the potential agreement—which calls for a $150 million upfront payment to the state—in an announcement today.
The motion to intervene was filed Friday.
'The residential and commercial growth of Pennsylvania municipalities is currently hampered if not practically halted during the pendency of this court’s decision,” the court filing read.
The application was filed Monday.
The appeal was announced Friday.
Government, Business, The Neighborhood Files
This time, the Supreme Court on Friday denied a request by Marcellus Shale industry representatives to be a party to the challenge against Act 13.
With temperatures expected to soar to 90 today, Duquesne Light assures customers it's being "proactive."
State Rep. Jesse White introduced legislation to ban the practice because he said it is an invasion of fundamental privacy rights.
A panel of seven judges heard the argument Wednesday morning.
Government, Business, Awareness
Opponents of Pennsylvania's Act 13 continue legal challenges, citing erosion of local jurisdiction.
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