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Congress carving out pork at record rates

By Stephen J. Glain
Globe Staff / April 24, 2004

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SCRANTON, Pa. - To get a close-up view of the unprecedented role congressional pork will play in this year's election, check out the city's centerpiece tourist draw, a railroad museum called Steamtown, or the bustling shopping mall alongside it, several hotels, restaurants, and a small-business incubator. (Full Article: 1115 Words)

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