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"… to launch image-boosting campaigns in states like Illinois, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, which all have Chamber-friendly Republican Senate incumbents up in 2016. …"

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"… Philadelphia so that his father could pursue a Ph.D. at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business. He won a scholarship to The Hill School, a …"

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"… ts donors. After the group failed to register as a political committee in Pennsylvania in 2001, a judge there ordered the LEAA to remove from the air ads attacki …"

"… ads without revealing its donors. Elliott lost in the end anyway, and the Pennsylvania Supreme Court shifted to Republican control. Three years later, two Texas …"

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"… Texas, Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, former Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania and former Amb. John Bolton. Their names, along with about 300 others, ap …"

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"… 000 tons of NOx emissions from facilities’ stacks and vents topped No. 2 Pennsylvania, home of big coal-fired power plants, by more than 60 percent. At 105,000 …"

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"… ; …"

"… for Accountability, a liberal nonprofit that repeatedly criticized former Pennsylvania GOP Gov. Tom Corbett and other conservative politicians, violated politica …"

"… t and other conservative politicians, violated political disclosure laws. Pennsylvania's Department of State will initiate an "inquiry into apparent discrepancie …"

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"… group, announced that natural gas production from hydraulic fracturing in Pennsylvania had broken another record, exceeding 4 trillion cubic feet in 2014. “Tha …"

"… tural gas production,” the coalition said, adding that more than 243,000 Pennsylvanians were “working across the industry.” Today, a scientific journal dev …"

"… Among other things, the researchers found that fracking may be polluting Pennsylvania streams with mercury; that dogs – good "health sentinels” for human ef …"

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"… rbach, who studies Internet and communications policy at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business, said Wall Street hasn’t viewed net neutr …"

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"… ries and fertilizer plants in places like Mont Belvieu, Texas, and Monaca, Pennsylvania.  They have asked state regulators for permission to release a collec …"

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"… tes could do on their own in the states,” said Dick Thornburgh, a former Pennsylvania governor who turned the association into a powerhouse in the mid-1980s. …"

"… ’s analysis. The group only picked up one new governor’s mansion, with Pennsylvania’s Tom Wolf defeating incumbent Republican Tom Corbett. (Alaska's Republi …"

"… ccess with the $410,000 it gave to Wolf’s successful run for governor in Pennsylvania. In both states, the Republican opposition had supported scaling back publ …"

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"… advertisements targeted a half-dozen shale gas-producing states, including Pennsylvania, Texas and North Dakota, emphasizing small-town reliance on energy and dow …"

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"… g and choosing who their leaders are going to be,” he said. …"

"… ling to file returns with the IRS on time, the secretive, Pittsburgh-based Pennsylvanians for Accountability could be fined up to $50,000. The IRS confirmed the …"

"… window into the inner workings of politically active nonprofit groups like Pennsylvanians for Accountability, which are becoming increasingly influential in state …"

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"… rms in the 1990s and chose not to do so. The Marcellus Shale Coalition, a Pennsylvania-based industry group, argued in a response to the 2012 petition that the a …"

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"… lidate the work, said Adam Finkel, executive director of the University of Pennsylvania's Penn Program on Regulation and a former director of health standards pro …"

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"… ncil and ExxonMobil. Adam Finkel, executive director of the University of Pennsylvania's Penn Program on Regulation and a former director of health standards pro …"

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"… en New York depends on safely produced natural gas just over the border in Pennsylvania.” Kate Sinding, director of the Natural Resources Defense Council’s C …"

"… thern part of the state, most of the formation lies beneath West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Ohio, all of which allow fracking. Dave Spigelmyer, president of the& …"

"… ident of the Marcellus Shale Coalition, an industry group, pointed to Pennsylvania as “proof-positive that with strong and common sense regulations” and …"

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"… s than in places without wells. Yale University researchers surveying Pennsylvania residents — without mentioning gas — determined that those living …"

"… own, a public health toxicologist working for the nonprofit Southwest Pennsylvania Environmental Health Project, said his group’s measurements show emissio …"

"… ach one $50,000 to get out of the study,” said Brown, with the Southwest Pennsylvania Environmental Health Project. “We can’t follow them anymore.” A rar …"

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"… ries and fertilizer plants in places like Mont Belvieu, Texas, and Monaca, Pennsylvania.  They have asked state regulators for permission to release a collec …"

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"… g remarks he made at the Health Economists Conference at the University of Pennsylvania last year, Gruber claimed that the Obama administration and Congressional …"

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"… nt her on the Lone Star State’s airwaves $24 million to $15 million. In Pennsylvania, Democrat gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf unseated unpopular incumbent Go …"

"… n Committee, backed by billionaire Tom Steyer, helped knock out Corbett in Pennsylvania but didn’t find success in Florida or Maine where it supported Democrats …"

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"… l. The study monitored air at locations in Arkansas, Colorado, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wyoming. It comes amid a growing body of research suggesting tha …"

"… past 18 months. A Yale University study released in September found that Pennsylvania residents living less than two-thirds of a mile from natural-gas wells wer …"

"… on.’ And then it was off the charts.” In desperate search of data In Pennsylvania’s Susquehanna County, six of the air samples shipped off for testing con …"

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"… er, who has given more than $26 million, mostly to fund his own campaign; Pennsylvania Democrat Tom Wolf, who has used $10 million of his own money in an attempt …"

"… s to give generously — and legally — to the candidates they favor. In Pennsylvania, for example, corporations and unions can’t give directly to candidates, …"

"… political action committee in the organization’s name. That’s how the Pennsylvania State Education Association, a state teachers union, gave $500,000 to Wolf …"

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"… ion of growing national concern about the disposal of oil and gas waste, a Pennsylvania congressman launched an investigation Wednesday into the way his …"

"… xic material. Rep. Matthew Cartwright, a first-term Democrat from eastern Pennsylvania, wants to know more about how the contaminated leftovers from hydraulic fr …"

"… crack open shale bedrock to extract fossil fuel reserves, has transformed Pennsylvania into the third-largest state producer of natural gas behind Texas and …"

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"… ng with the Federal Election Commission. The sole donor to Prosperity for Pennsylvania is listed as nonprofit Green Orchard Inc., which gave $100,000 on Oct. 6, …"

"… helped bankroll several conservative political causes. The Prosperity for Pennsylvania super PAC itself has not yet reported spending money this election cycle. …"

"… spending money this election cycle. Green Orchard itself is a Harrisburg, Pennsylvania-based “social welfare” nonprofit, as groups formed under Sec. 501(c)(4 …"

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"… ieson, director of the Annenberg Public Policy Center at the University of Pennsylvania who’s work focuses heavily on political communication. “Importantly, v …"

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"… EPA review of oil and gas waste regulations in 27 states, including Texas, Pennsylvania and Colorado, found that none had rules requiring regular air monitoring a …"

"…   Last year, U.S. Rep. Matthew Cartwright, a first-term Democrat from Pennsylvania, drafted a bill that would remove the industry’s hazardous waste exempti …"

"… wastewater within their borders. Ohio has banned new wastewater ponds, and Pennsylvania is trying to ban them. In 2012 Vermont became the first sta …"

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"… tates allow them to deduct a fee and which offer the service for free. In Pennsylvania, the first state where JPay accepted money orders by mail, executives were …"

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"… et magnate Tom Wolf has tapped his own considerable wealth to help blanket Pennsylvania's airwaves with more than $11 million worth of television ads, surgin …"

"… lf and also the political groups empowered by a U.S. Supreme Court ruling, Pennsylvania is on top of the heap for ad spending so far in state-level races in 2014, …"

"… t in 2010, but more money was provided by independent groups like those in Pennsylvania, according to a Center for Public Integrity analysis of data from media tr …"

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"… nbsp;Zicklin Center for Business Ethics Research at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School.  Twenty of the nearly 300 companies studied didn …"

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