List by Month: 8-2012

No Cash Flowing To Watch Safety Of Water Supply During Hydrofracking

08.02.12 | Sarah Harnisch

No one wants to pay to see if gas drilling hurts the public water supply. A U.S. House Committee in June turned down an Obama administration request to pay for research on how drilling may affect water quality. In the spring, Pennsylvania stopped ...

Chick-Fil-A Battle Comes To A Head

08.02.12 | Sarah Harnisch

The chicken sandwich became a political statement for a day as hundreds of thousands of traditional marriage fans and critics took a stance at thousands of chick fil a restaurants across the country Wednesday. 700-Thousand signed a pledge of ...

Want To Know Mitt's Pick for Vice President? Just Get An App

08.01.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Mitt Romney's camp is releasing a new cell phone app called "Mitt's VP." It's a smartphone application that will send users a notification once a decision has been made on a vp candidate. President Obama sent out text messages four years ago when ...

Gas Prices To Continue Going Up In August

08.01.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Gas prices are up 17 cents in july, and August could be worst. New York is averaging $3.78 a gallon for gas, Pennsylvania, $3.53. Gas climbed 17 cents over 26 consecutive days in July, the biggest July jump since 2000. Gas tells us not to ...

Does "Moratorium" Mean "Drill" To Natural Gas Drillers In NY?

08.01.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A natural gas company is threatening to sue New York state if it doesn't drop its restrictions on drilling. John Holko, president of Lenape Resources, sent a letter Thursday to the Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner saying a ...

Chick Fil A Stores Across America Will Be Ground Zero For The Gay Rights Debate Today

08.01.12 | Sarah Harnisch

There's a mass showdown over gay marriage in America today. At least 550-thousand people will be flocking to Christian restaurant Chick-Fil-A today for Chick-Fil-A Appreciation day. The showdown, occurring after a ward in the city of Chicago banned ...