A state senator is hoping his bill will update the vehicle inspection law, saving some people money.
Gov. Tom Corbett has laid out his proposed budget, but state Sen. Elder Vogel says it’s far from finished.
Half the Pennsylvania State Senate is on the ballot next week, but many state senators face little or no opposition.
Automobile owners may get a break. PA Sen. Elder Vogel, R-New Sewickley, says it’s time to modify Pennsylvania’s auto emissions inspection requirement.
State Sen. Elder Vogel joined Rob Pratte to talk about the legislation he introduced which is designed to attract investments into the growing ethane market coming to our region.
State Sen. Elder Vogel, Jr., says cars 10 years old and newer — and all alternative fuel vehicles — shouldn’t have to get emissions tests.
Where once stood a steel mill is now a slag field, but hopes are that the 300-acre site will soon hold a sprawling, $3 billion to $3.5 billion petrochemical operation called a cracker.