2014 Pa. governor's race: Getting to the truth on taxes

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2014 Pa. governor's race: Getting to the truth on taxes

2014 Pa. governor's race: Getting to the truth on taxes

In the Pennsylvania governor's race, there's been a whole lot of talk about taxes — and a lot less clarity about how each candidate's plan would affect most taxpayers.
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Do I write because I’m mentally ill? Or am I mentally ill because I write?

"Am I in hell?" I ask the ER psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins. My face is a stinging, salty mask. The young doctor, who introduces himself only as "Ed," wears green scrubs and sneakers. "How strong is that delusion, Alaina? How
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