Editorials from around Pennsylvania
CLEAN AIR NO ACCIDENT, April 22
Northeast Pennsylvania, where smoke from residential and industrial coal fires once was thick in the air, generally has scored well in the most recent air quality assessment by the nonprofit, nonpartisan American Lung Association.
Particularly striking is that Lackawanna County received the highest possible rating regarding particle pollution. According to the association, that means that the county had no dangerous particle pollution days last year.
That's something to think about relative to President Donald Trump's pledge to restore coal mining and to roll back environmental...