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Independent Congressional candidate Nick Troiano has challenged incumbent Tom Marino to three debates, but Marino has agreed to only one. Troiano, who is running for Congress in Pennsylvania's 10th District, said he sent an open letter to Marino this (read more)
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The Public Utility Commission plans to go the extra mile in its service to the gas industry. The state Supreme and Commonwealth courts have stripped the PUC of the extraordinary power that Mr. Corbett and the Legislature had given it to overrule local (read more)

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