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On today's show... Pittsburghers for Public Transit take their message to Harrisburg, Allegheny County Council Approves Fracking at the Pittsburgh International Airport, One Billion Rising for an end to domestic violence, and The Pennsylvania Prison Report
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Welcome to this week's edition of Rustbelt Radio, the Pittsburgh Independent Media Center's bi-weekly review of the news from the grassroots, news overlooked by the corporate media.
On today's show...
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Thanks for tuning in to Rustbelt Radio here on WRCT Pittsburgh, WSDR Pittsburgh, WIUP Indiana, WNJR Washington, WLRI LanChester, and FRSC Santa Cruz.
Our host this week is Jessica McPherson, with contributions from [ Tom Jefferson, Kayla Sykes, Emily Laycheck, Hannah T., and Don Carpenter ]. This week's show was directed and produced by [ Jessica McPherson ]. Special thanks to all of our hosts, producers, and contributors.
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