By Mike McGann
The Times of Chester County

If Marks is still working for Rep. Howard at 5 p.m. Monday, it signals that she agrees: that folks living with noise, hassle and workers in their backyards don’t have the right to peacefully, hygienically protest or question their government. It would certainly make it clear that Howard’s primary race against Ginny Kerslake is a referendum on the pipeline, as Kerslake has fought the pipeline relentlessly and fought for the residents.

At that point, you have to ask yourself, then: if Howard isn’t fighting for the people of her district, then who is she fighting for — and maybe more cynically: who wrote a check to make it happen?

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