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Fact checking Gov. Tom Wolf’s KDKA radio interview on cracker plants and natural gas

Wolf claimed in the roughly six-minute interview that cracker plants and continuation of the natural gas industry would be a net good for the environment, and disagreed with Peduto's denouncement of the petrochemical industry. City Paper has identified three major claims made by Wolf and has fact-checked them to determine their accuracy.

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Pittsburgh's Neville Island residents could have been drinking PFAS-contaminated water for a month, township officials say

Editor's note: This story was originally published by PublicSource and is part of an ongoing collaboration between Environmental Health News and PublicSource on PFAS contamination in Pennsylvania.

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