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PITTSBURGH 360°

October 20, 2011

In this episode, an in-depth look at the Power of 32 regional visioning initiative, which proposes using the Power of 32 counties in four states to create one vibrant region. Tonia Caruso shows viewers how the group's goals could help the region's economy and Michael Bartley focuses on the proposals for improving transportation and infrastructure. The episode also includes a one-on-one interview with Pennsylvania Senator Jay Costa, an early proponent of the Power of 32.


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In this episode, an in-depth look at the Power of 32 regional visioning initiative, which proposes using the Power of 32 counties in four states to create one vibrant region. Tonia Caruso shows viewers how the group's goals could help the region's economy and Michael Bartley focuses on the proposals for improving transportation and infrastructure. The episode also includes a one-on-one interview with Pennsylvania Senator Jay Costa, an early proponent of the Power of 32.


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