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Pittsburgh's youngest mayor cites 'nasty and vicious' allegations against him as reason for decision.
An eastern Pennsylvania state senator has introduced legislation to legalize marijuana and sell it alongside alcohol.
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Allegheny County Board of Health is seeking citizen input on new air quality measures.
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Gov. Tom Corbett's 2013-14 budget ties sale of state liquor system to a $1 billion grant for school safety, early education programs, individualized learning and science/math programs.
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