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MEMORANDUM

Posted: January 23, 2013 01:48 PM
From: Representative Stan Saylor and Rep. Dan Moul, Rep. Katharine M. Watson, Rep. Jim Marshall, Rep. Gordon Denlinger, Rep. Tina Pickett, Rep. Eli Evankovich, Rep. Seth M. Grove
To: All House members
Subject: Marcellus Works Package
 
We are confident the Marcellus boom that has helped revitalize the Pennsylvania economy has just begun.  The Commonwealth has benefited to the tune of over $389 million in state and local tax revenues and the creation of more than 88,000 jobs.  The industry’s long term prospects are promising.  With the economic boost realized, we plan on re-introducing and expanding our Marcellus Works legislative package.  The package is aimed at cleaning up the environment, creating jobs, and utilizing our own natural resources to work toward energy independence.  The package contains:
  
Representative Stan Saylor (former House Bill 1083) - Creates a tax credit for private fleet vehicles in order to lessen the incremental cost of natural gas vehicles.
 
PREVIOUS COSPONSORS INCLUDE:  SAYLOR, DENLINGER, MARSHALL, MOUL, PERRY, PICKETT, WATSON, MAJOR, AUMENT, BAKER, BARRAR, BOYD, CARROLL, CAUSER, CLYMER, CREIGHTON, CUTLER, DALEY, DAVIS, ELLIS, J. EVANS, EVERETT, GABLER, GEIST, GIBBONS, GILLESPIE, GINGRICH, GODSHALL, GRELL, GROVE, HARRIS, HELM, HESS, HICKERNELL, KAUFFMAN, M. K. KELLER, KILLION, KNOWLES, MALONEY, MICOZZIE, MILLER, MUSTIO, OBERLANDER, D. O'BRIEN, PAYNE, PYLE, QUINN, READSHAW, ROCK, SCAVELLO, SIMMONS, STEPHENS, WHITE, RAPP, PETRI, BEAR and FARRY.
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Document #1

Introduced as HB302

Description: Representative Dan Moul (former House Bill 1084) - Establishes the Keystone Transit grant program available to small and medium sized mass transit agencies to cover the incremental cost of transitioning to natural gas buses.
 
PREVIOUS COSPONSORS INCLUDE:  MOUL, DENLINGER, MARSHALL, PERRY, PICKETT, SAYLOR, WATSON, MAJOR, AUMENT, BAKER, BARRAR, BOYD, CALTAGIRONE, CAUSER, CLYMER, CREIGHTON, CUTLER, DALEY, DAVIS, DePASQUALE, ELLIS, J. EVANS, EVERETT, GEIST, GIBBONS, GILLESPIE, GINGRICH, GODSHALL, GRELL, GROVE, HARRIS, HELM, HICKERNELL, KAUFFMAN, M. K. KELLER, KILLION, KNOWLES, MALONEY, MICOZZIE, MILLER, MUSTIO, D. O'BRIEN, PYLE, QUINN, READSHAW, ROCK, SCAVELLO, SIMMONS, VULAKOVICH, WHITE, RAPP, PETRI, BEAR and FARRY.
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Document #2

Introduced as HB303

Description: Representative Kathy Watson (former House Bill 1085) - Creates a revolving loan program available to large mass transit agencies to cover the incremental cost of natural gas buses.
 
PREVIOUS COSPONSORS INCLUDE:  WATSON, DENLINGER, MARSHALL, MOUL, PERRY, PICKETT, SAYLOR, MAJOR, AUMENT, BAKER, BARRAR, BOYD, CALTAGIRONE, CARROLL, CAUSER, CREIGHTON, CUTLER, DALEY, DAVIS, ELLIS, J. EVANS, EVERETT, GEIST, GIBBONS, GILLESPIE, GINGRICH, GODSHALL, GRELL, GROVE, HELM, HICKERNELL, KAUFFMAN, M. K. KELLER, KILLION, KNOWLES, MICOZZIE, MILLER, MUSTIO, D. O'BRIEN, QUINN, READSHAW, ROCK, SCAVELLO, SIMMONS, STEPHENS, VULAKOVICH, WHITE, RAPP, PETRI, BEAR and FARRY.
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Document #3

Introduced as HB304

Description: Representative Jim Marshall (former House Bill 1086) - Requires certain large mass transit agencies (SEPTA, PAT and Lehigh)to purchase buses that meet certain criteria within a specific implementation schedule.
 
PREVIOUS COSPONSORS INCLUDE:  MARSHALL, DENLINGER, MOUL, PERRY, PICKETT, SAYLOR, MAJOR, AUMENT, BAKER, BARRAR, BOYD, CALTAGIRONE, CAUSER, CREIGHTON, CUTLER, DALEY, DAVIS, ELLIS, J. EVANS, EVERETT, GABLER, GEIST, GILLESPIE, GINGRICH, GODSHALL, GRELL, GROVE, HARRIS, HELM, HICKERNELL, KAUFFMAN, M. K. KELLER, KILLION, KNOWLES, MALONEY, MICOZZIE, MILLER, MUSTIO, D. O'BRIEN, PYLE, QUINN, READSHAW, ROCK, SCAVELLO, SIMMONS, VULAKOVICH, WHITE, RAPP, PETRI and BEAR.
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Document #4

Introduced as HB305

Description: Representative Gordon Denlinger (former House Bill 1087) - Creates a natural gas corridor tax credit which incentivizes the construction of natural gas fueling stations along an eligible corridor (I-76, I-78, I-79, I-80, I-81, I-83 and I-95).


PREVIOUS COSPONSORS INCLUDE:  DENLINGER, MARSHALL, MOUL, PERRY, PICKETT, SAYLOR, MAJOR, WATSON, AUMENT, BAKER, BARRAR, BOYD, CALTAGIRONE, CARROLL, CAUSER, CLYMER, CREIGHTON, CUTLER, DALEY, DAVIS, DAY, ELLIS, J. EVANS, EVERETT, GABLER, GEIST, GIBBONS, GILLESPIE, GINGRICH, GODSHALL, GRELL, GROVE, HARRIS, HELM, HESS, HICKERNELL, KAUFFMAN, M. K. KELLER, KILLION, KNOWLES, MALONEY, MICOZZIE, MILLER, MUSTIO, OBERLANDER, D. O'BRIEN, PYLE, QUINN, ROCK, SCAVELLO, SIMMONS, STEPHENS, WHITE, RAPP, PETRI, BEAR and FARRY.
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Document #5

Introduced as HB306

Description: Representative Tina Pickett (former House Bill 1088) - Dedicates the Alternative Fuels Incentive Fund to grants to municipalities, schools and the private sector for the purchase of natural gas vehicles.
 
PREVIOUS COSPONSORS INCLUDE:  PICKETT, DENLINGER, MOUL, PERRY, SAYLOR, WATSON, MAJOR, AUMENT, BAKER, BARRAR, BOYD, CALTAGIRONE, CAUSER, CREIGHTON, CUTLER, DALEY, DAVIS, ELLIS, J. EVANS, EVERETT, GEIST, GIBBONS, GILLESPIE, GINGRICH, GODSHALL, GRELL, GROVE, HARRIS, HELM, HICKERNELL, KAUFFMAN, M. K. KELLER, KILLION, KNOWLES, MALONEY, MILLARD, MILLER, MUSTIO, D. O'BRIEN, PYLE, QUINN, ROCK, SCAVELLO, SIMMONS, VULAKOVICH, WHITE, RAPP, PETRI, BEAR and FARRY
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Document #6

Introduced as HB307

Description: Representative Eli Evankovich (former House Bill 1089) - Repeals CARB section 2030 in order to eliminate the costly duplicity of both EPA and CARB certifications for natural gas vehicles.
 
PREVIOUS COSPONSORS INCLUDE:  PERRY, GABLER, DENLINGER, MARSHALL, MOUL, PICKETT, SAYLOR, WATSON, MAJOR, AUMENT, BAKER, BARBIN, BARRAR, BOYD, CALTAGIRONE, CAUSER, CLYMER, CREIGHTON, CUTLER, DALEY, DAVIS, DAY, ELLIS, J. EVANS, EVERETT, GEIST, GILLESPIE, GINGRICH, GODSHALL, GRELL, GROVE, HARRIS, HELM, HICKERNELL, KAUFFMAN, M. K. KELLER, KILLION, KNOWLES, LAWRENCE, MALONEY, MICOZZIE, MILLARD, MILLER, MUSTIO, D. O'BRIEN, PYLE, QUINN, ROCK, SCAVELLO, SIMMONS, STEPHENS, STURLA, VULAKOVICH, WHITE, RAPP, PETRI, BEAR, EVANKOVICH and MILNE.
 
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Document #7

Introduced as HB308

Description: Representative Stan Saylor (former House Bill 2251) - Requires a portion of the financial resources in the Clean Air Fund to be utilized for the provision of grants for natural gas vehicles.
 
PREVIOUS COSPONSORS INCLUDE:  SAYLOR, BAKER, BOYD, CLYMER, CUTLER, DALEY, DENLINGER, ELLIS, FLECK, GEIST, GERGELY, GILLESPIE, GINGRICH, GODSHALL, GROVE, HARKINS, HARRIS, HICKERNELL, HORNAMAN, F. KELLER, W. KELLER, KOTIK, MAJOR, MARSHALL, MILLER, MOUL, OBERLANDER, PERRY, PETRARCA, PICKETT, ROCK, SCAVELLO, SONNEY, TRUITT, VULAKOVICH, EVERETT, HELM, KAUFFMAN and RAPP.
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Document #8

Introduced as HB309

Description: Representative Seth Grove (former House Bill 2620) - Establishes a 3-year program, the Natural Gas Vehicle Tax Credit, to provide incentives for Pennsylvania businesses to purchase heavy- duty natural gas vehicles.
 
PREVIOUS COSPONSORS INCLUDE:  GROVE, GERGELY, MOUL, BARBIN, BARRAR, BENNINGHOFF, BOBACK, R. BROWN, CLYMER, CUTLER, DAVIS, FABRIZIO, GINGRICH, GODSHALL, KAUFFMAN, MAHONEY, MATZIE, MICOZZIE, PAYTON, PICKETT, PYLE, READSHAW, ROCK, SAINATO, SAYLOR, SCHMOTZER and TRUITT.
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