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These Southwestern Pa. reps who support fracking have direct sources of income from fracking companies

Though natural-gas drilling, aka fracking, only really started in Pennsylvania about 10 years ago, it has gained a political hold on Pennsylvania that any industry would envy.

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What do politicians have to say about Pittsburgh's asthma epidemic?

Following the publication of our four-part series Breathless: Pittsburgh's asthma epidemic and the fight to stop it, we reached out to politicians and lawmakers to hear their thoughts on how we can work together to improve the air.

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