Pennsylvania Dems squabble over fracking – and guess who’s for it?

ClimateWire: In the battle for Pennsylvania's competitive Senate seat this fall, candidates have spent recent weeks squabbling about the future of hydraulic fracturing in the state as well as taking aim at each other over campaign contributions tied to the energy industry. But this isn't a fight between Republican Sen. Pat Toomey and his challenger; it's just the Democratic primary taking shape. A trio of Democrats are vying in an April 26 primary for the right to take on Toomey in the Keystone State: former......

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