Embattled Philadelphia city councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown says she has no intention of resigning from office despite a growing ethics scandal that has now reached into the federal prosecutor’s office.
McDaniel, the former campaign treasurer for Reynolds Brown, was recently fired from his city-paid airport job after the city Board of Ethics identified numerous reporting irregularities by McDaniel in the campaign’s required city filings.
A federal lawsuit has been filed on behalf of Gloucester Township public works employee Steven Brodie Jr., who says he was taunted by two colleagues because of his race and the township did nothing about it.
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