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East Penn resident seeks to recover taxpayer funds spent on possible illegal acts

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A resident in East Penn School District has filed for a “Surcharge” audit with the Auditor of East Penn School District to recover taxpayer funds believed to have been spent on illegal actions.

According to Pennsylvania law, taxpayers may file a request to have expenditures reviewed by the appropriate Auditor, and if the expenditures are found to be inappropriate in their use, then those with fiduciary responsibility can be made to repay the taxpayers for the funds inappropriately expended.

This request stems from the illegal burial, ordered by Administrators of East Penn School District, of hazardous waste at Wescosville Elementary School property. According to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) it is “Unlawful to dispose of any waste at a facility or site that

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Fast Action Needed on Public Pension Reform

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Fast Action Needed on Public Pension Reform

By State Reps. Warren Kampf (R-157) and Mike Tobash (R-125)

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It’s an ocean of red – a flood of debt that threatens the financial stability of our school districts for the next 30 years. The news is no better for the state government system.

The systems that currently provide state workers and school district employees with their pensions are hemorrhaging. Our state is facing a more than $50 billion debt, and taxpayers are increasingly responsible for the required cash transfusion.

Following the stock market bubble in 2001 that overinflated the investment returns earned on our pension funds, legislators increased the payouts for state and school employees. Subsequent budgets then failed to fund the

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The good, the bad, and the ugly in the omnibus spending bill

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By Marita Noon at NetRight Daily and Americans for Limited Government

The decades-old legislation that prevented American producers from exporting oil is officially overturned — despite previous presidential threats to veto a bill to lift the oil export ban. That’s good policy. However, to get the support of “reluctant Democrats,” The Economist reports: “an additional five years of tax credits for wind and solar power” was part of the package. That’s bad energy policy.

While it will likely be months before the first tanker of crude oil leaves U.S. shores, the benefits of lifting the ban are already being felt as the spread between the global benchmark price, known as Brent, and the U.S. benchmark, known as WTI (for

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