Bill Summary

SB 1776 Public Records/Hydraulic Fracturing Chemical Registry/Department of Environment Protection (2013 Session)
Public Records/Hydraulic Fracturing Chemical Registry/Department of Environment Protection; Providing an exemption from public records requirements for trade secrets contained within information relating to hydraulic fracturing treatments obtained by the Division of Resource Management of the Department of Environmental Protection in connection with the division’s online hydraulic fracturing chemical registry; providing procedures and requirements with respect to the granting of confidential and exempt status; providing for disclosure under specified circumstances, etc. Effective Date: On the same date that SB 1028 or similar legislation takes effect, if such legislation is adopted in the same legislative session or an extension thereof and becomes law.
Referred to Environmental Preservation and Conservation; Governmental Oversight and Accountability; Rules
Died in Environmental Preservation and Conservation
Filed on 03/13/13
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