Friday, May 16, 2014

Where do Pa governor candidates stand on frack taxes?

Republican Gov. Tom Corbett, who is seeking a second term, does not want to increase taxes on natural gas drillers.

His Democrat challengers all do.

In the audio report above,State Impact's Marie Cusick and Katie Colaneri discuss the differences and also explore where the candidates stand on gas drilling in state parks
and in the Delaware River watershed.

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