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Republican gubernatorial hopeful Scott Wagner made the claim in a fundraising email.
Produce Marketplace, a nonprofit, opens Oct. 27.
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"No resident should have to leave their community to go grocery shopping."
"It’s a really challenging message but also a really simple one."
High prices compound an underlying lack of food access for a dozen southern communities.
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“There’s the dichotomy: It’s a foodie city, but not a lot of people are close to a grocery store."
Job advice? Got it. Gigantic pumpkins? Yup. Creepy puppets? Sure.
It's a tale of woolly mammoth poop, agricultural innovation, and evolutionary anomaly.
Gov. Wolf is silent on Wagner’s face-stomping threat, but running mate Fetterman calls it ‘terroristic’
Wagner’s campaign said the comment was a "metaphor."
Daniel Smith’s campaign against Daryl Metcalfe has galvanized Philadelphia.
Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. hopeful Jeff Bartos says the death penalty is a deterrent. Researchers disagree.
The candidate made the claim in a televised debate, so we fact checked it.
“... if we just thought in those terms, I wouldn't have to do this work.”
Two houses. One rumor. No seasons of "The Real World" in Pittsburgh.
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"There’s all sorts of different ways to scare somebody. But what I think is the most effective is the psychological scare," my Mother Demon said.
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No one thinks the legislation has a chance, but it's symbolic.