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The 3rd to the last graph in your story above contains an error. I did not say that money raised from leasing was “improperly diverted.” I did not use the word “improperly”. I said the money was diverted to the General Fund.

The diversion is unfortunate, but it was done legally.

Please correct the story.

The correction has been made. Thanks very much for the clarification.

If Pennsylvania is considering using eminent domain for gas pipelines etc., why can't the state declare eminent domain in state parks and other lands to preserve them? Or does eminent domain only work one way, to profit the earth destroyers rather than the earth preservers?

Please, Maryland, please do learn from Pennsylvania. Our state is corrupt beyond hope, it seems.

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