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Bill Steigerwald (columnist)

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Bill Steigerwald is a climate change skeptic. Steigerwald, "born and raised in Pittsburgh, is a former L.A. Times copy editor and free-lancer who also worked as a docudrama researcher for CBS-TV in Hollywood before becoming a reporter for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and a columnist for the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review." [1] until taking a buyout in early 2009.[2]. He is the son of the late William R. Steigerwald, "affable and wisecracking patriarch of a family of well-known Pittsburgh broadcasters and journalists", who died in 2008.[3]

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  1. About The Author. Townhall.com. Retrieved on 2009-11-09.
  2. Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Columnist Bill Steigerwald’s “Last Words” (He Takes The Buyout) (2009-0315). Retrieved on 2009-11-09.
  3. Michael Hasch (2008-0506). Longtime Scott news junkie made people laugh, think. Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Retrieved on 2009-11-09.

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