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Op-Ed: Out-of-state interests continue to hinder Pennsylvania’s economy

It’s the same song and dance: out-of-state interests and liberal elitists hounded by a progressive mob make a decision that benefits literally no one and negatively impacts Pennsylvanians, our landowners, and our economic future.

This month, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation rejected the Northeast Enhancement Project that would’ve shipped natural gas from Pennsylvania to New York via an undersea pipeline. The pipeline was nominally rejected for failing to meet water quality standards.

In reality, it was rejected on a technicality following an activist campaign and opposition from radical progressive leadership within New York State, including Mayor Bill De Blasio, U.S. Rep. Jerrold Nadler, and of course, the ever-outraged Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez.

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