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Pennsylvania When then Senator Barack Obama made a campaign stop in Pittsburgh in 2008, he headed to Pamela's Diner in the Strip District for some of their famous hotcakes. . .
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The 51 Most Delish Pancakes
Ireland, Connemara Marble is 900 million years old. The mining of Connemara Marble is one of Ireland’s oldest indigenous industries. The Joyce family opened the Streamstown marble quarry in Clifden in 1822. Marble from here adorns from the Galway Cathedral floor to the walls of the Senate Chamber of the State Capital Building in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
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How Republicans Could Lose Twice in Pennsylvania. Trump as presidential nominee upends what should have been a straightforward Senate re-election bid.
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How Republicans Could Lose Twice in Pennsylvania
SB717 Senate Passage - Pennsylvania Coalition of Nurse Practitioners
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The Pennsylvania House has voted to legalize medical marijuana. After ratifying House changes, the state Senate is expected to pass the bill.
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Such a beautiful building - where I spend most of my days. The PA State Capitol Building
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1930 ♦ July 21 - Senator David A. Reed, American lawyer and Republican party politician from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
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Voices for Life : Where do the Pennsylvania Candidates for U.S. Senate Stand on Life Issues? https://voicesunborn.blogspot.com/2016/09/where-do-pennsylvania-candidates-for-us.html#.V8gl4JgrLIU
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James Buchanan Took Office - March 4, 1857. Left Office - March 4, 1861. The fifteenth president, democratic party. His vice president was John C. Breckenridge. ***The only prez from Pennslyvania, rep.ruh.SENT.***
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