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Dan Speicher

The threat of rain didn’t slow Pittsburgh’s 38th annual Labor Day parade.

Thousands turned out for the the parade, which is billed as the largest Labor Day parade in the country.

Governor Tom Wolf, Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, and Attorney General Josh Shapiro marched at the head of the parade along with local labor leaders and politicians.

The parade is hosted by the Allegheny County Labor Council. It started at 10 a.m. at PPG Paints Arena in Uptown and wound its way through Downtown to the United Steelworkers Building.

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