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125 econ dev leaders in Pa. were polled on policy. Here’s what they said

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About ten miles outside the Pa. state capitol sits Middletown, a small town of about 9,000 Pennsylvanians perhaps best known for the Penn State Harrisburg campus that drives its local economy.

Middletown is neutral territory, sitting outside the capital of a state often polarized by the two major metropolises that anchor each of its southern corners. But last week, the town hosted over 125 civic and business leaders from across the state, all of whom were convened to vote on policy ideas that will ultimately be used to build an economic growth agenda for the 2018 gubernatorial election and beyond.

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