HARRISBURG (AP) – Gov. Josh Shapiro is remaining noncommittal on a strategy to reduce greenhouse gases after a task force he appointed on climate change policy came to an uncertain conclusion. Shapiro’s administration said that the task force had finished its work. Shapiro appointed the task force to consider former Gov. Tom Wolf’s regulation to make PA the first major fossil fuel state to adopt carbon pricing over power plant emissions. However, the 17-member task force could come to no consensus on it. Wolf’s regulation remains hung up in the courts, and Shapiro isn’t saying whether he’d carry out the carbon pricing policy should it survive the legal challenge.