Pennsylvania Royalty Legal Battle Continues to Rage On

From PA Homepage:
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro is in Bradford County answering questions an ongoing lawsuit with two natural gas companies. 
The lawsuit, involving gas royalty payments, was first filed in 2015. Eyewitness News reporter Eric Deabill has the story. 
Pennsylvania’s Attorney General says his office has received more than 500 complaints from landowners who believe two gas companies engaged in unfair and deceptive trade practices. 
Josh Shapiro j told the crowd here that even though this civil lawsuit has been in the courts for three years he is committed to keeping up the fight. 
Dozens of landowners filled the auditorium at Towanda High School Thursday to hear the latest about a lawsuit by the Pennsylvania Attorney Generals Office against two natural gas companies. 
Attorney General Josh Shapiro is looking to recover money for thousands of landowners who may have had money wrongfully deducted from their fracking royalty checks.
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