HARRISBURG – Legislation to extend millions of dollars in tax breaks to turn natural gas into fertilizer and other chemicals won approval in the PA Senate after the measure emerged from closed-door negotiations between Gov. Tom Wolf and top Republican lawmakers. House Bill 732 will go to the state House, which overwhelmingly approved a similar version before Wolf vetoed it earlier this year. Supporters say the bill would create thousands of jobs and provide a boost to PA’s energy economy. The legislation had support from the PA Manufacturers Association, the state’s huge natural gas industry, and the building trades unions – traditional Democrat allies that are a growing force for gas industry projects. Senators say they expect Gov. Wolf to sign the legislation.