A group of Catholic nuns have started a bus tour challenging the Ryan budget plan and its cuts to social programs.
It’s not over until it’s over – and that’s very true at City Hall. The Council President Darrell Clarke says the budget deal, given preliminary approval last week, may be changed yet again when Council meets Thursday.
Philadelphia City Council has reversed course and voted to delay by one year the mayor’s controversial property tax overhaul.
State House debate on legislation to privatize liquor sales in Pennsylvania did not resume as anticipated on Tuesday, but a spokesman for the House majority leader insisted it’s not due to a lack of votes for the proposal.
Working late into the evening Thursday, City Council members reluctantly gave initial approval to an overhaul of Philadelphia’s property tax system. But the Council President stresses this is by no means a done deal.
You think you know someone before you say “I do”, but their money habits may come as a shock and cause conflict for newlyweds.
Despite opposition from hundreds of protesters gathered in and outside of the Philadelphia School District Headquarters, the School Reform Commission voted unanimously and passed a budget for the next school year.
The ball is now in the House’s court after the state Senate this past week passed a budget that spends considerably more than what Governor Corbett has proposed.
Chris talks to Rick Santorum about his candidacy for President and staying in the race in the face of the long odds he faces against Mitt Romney. He also talks to Lisa Bloom about her book, Think, and to Victor Fiorillo of the Philly Post.
The School Reform Commission has adopted an early version of its budget for next year. And right now it includes a huge shortfall.
Today brings the start of two months of Philadelphia City Council hearings on Mayor Nutter’s new budget, and the process could get heated over Nutter’s plan to overhaul property assessments, while bringing in $90-million extra to the Philadelphia School District.
Chris reviews Mitt Romney’s big win in the Illinois Primary. He talks to Frank Mannion, a lawyer for a business suing the Department of Health and Human Services over the contraception mandate and to Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine about racism in the Philadelphia Fire Department and parenting advice from celebrities.
“Fox Rok has worked with the various schools for over 50 years where we’ve used their gyms and that’s the way we’ve always worked,” said Joe Grant.
The Chester Upland School District could be just weeks away from shutting down as it copes with a massive cash crisis.
As expected, Governor Corbett has put a freeze on some state spending as state revenues continue to lag.
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