Commuters Moving Farther Out for American Dream Soaring housing prices are forcing many families to trade long commutes for a nicer home and bigger yard. In one Pennsylvania county, the morning drive into New York begins long before sunup. High gas prices are hitting these commuters hard. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.
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Commuters Moving Farther Out for American Dream

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Soaring housing prices are forcing many families to trade long commutes for a nicer home and bigger yard. In one Pennsylvania county, the morning drive into New York begins long before sunup. High gas prices are hitting these commuters hard. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.

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