Penn. Legislators Who Granted Pay Raise Under Fire

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Last summer, the Pennsylvania legislature granted itself a major pay increase. The middle-of-the-night move spawned outrage, and eventually the raise was abolished. But the anger that started with the raise has spawned a movement to unseat the incumbents who approved it in the first place. Damon Boughamer of member station WITF in Harrisburg, Penn., reports.



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