State Representative Patty Kim talks transportation

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Pennsylvania’s new transportation law has some major improvements in store for the city of Harrisburg. Signed into law in November, it`s expected to bring in an extra 2-point-4 billion dollars annually. Now local lawmakers want to let the public know about how this will impact where they live, work, and travel. State Representative Patty Kim is joining us this morning to talk more about what this means for the Capital City.

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