Fracking spurs new car sales in Pennsylvania

Fracking is helping to revive the Pennsylvania economy. But Obama is trying to kill it even though economic revival may help his reelection bid in this crucial swing state.

The Patriot-News reports:

Across the rural swaths of northern and western Pennsylvania, the Marcellus Shale gas drilling industry has created a robust demand for cars — especially trucks — from dealers that typically serve economically stagnant towns and counties.

An influx of drillers, contractors and engineers — as well as the tide of locals cashing royalties from the lease of land to gas companies — have managers at car dealerships closing on sales faster than they can restock inventory…

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