Pennsylvania

Jon Queally, staff writer
Researchers in Pennsylvania have discovered that the prevalence of radon, a radioactive and carcinogenic gas, in people's homes and commercial buildings that are nearer to fracking sites has increased dramatically in the state since the unconventional and controversial gas drilling practice began in the state just over a decade ago. "By drilling 7...
Deirdre Fulton, staff writer
The national debate over so-called 'education reform' has come into sharp...
Sarah Lazare, staff writer
Hundreds of people rallied outside the inauguration of Governor Tom Wolf last week demanding a total ban on fracking. (Photo courtesy of Pennsylvanians Against Fracking)
Residents say partial moratorium is good first step but does not help the...

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