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Here Is How Each Council Member Voted On the Soda Tax

By Alex Lloyd Gross The Sweetened Beverage Tax has become a hot topic for many people in an around the Philadelphia area.  This primary season, many people are running for council and also the office of Mayor.   Mayor Kenny , obviously voted for it. Everyone wanting to unseat him has come out against it. When

State Senator Art Haywood to Start Fact Finding Tour On Poverty

By Alex Lloyd Gross Art Haywood ( PA) is a state senator who has been fighting for his constituents for  quite a while., He was just appointed the Democratic Chair of the Health And Human Services Committee. This means that committee is responsible for finding the best resources to spend  state money on it’s citizens.

Updated: Breaking: Redacted Mueller Report Released

Update: The Mueller report was released just moments ago. Here it is    U.S. Attorney General William E. Barr said at a press conference today held at the Department of Justice a redacted version of the Mueller Report would be released to the public today after congressional leaders receive it at 11 am. The public

Two Philadelphia wreck chasers get “hooked” by cops for fraud

By Alex Lloyd Gross Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner announced the felony charges against two individuals who own Hooked inc.which is a tow truck company.  This all stems from greed, Krasner said,  They took advantage of people that were vulnerable and not in the right frame of mind to make decisions.  The two males,  Dwight

Deadline for Voter Registration Approaches

Jeff Bohen- Digital Reporter Voting season is upon us, with the municipal primary taking place on Tuesday May 21. The deadline to register, or make changes, to your voter registration information, for the Municipal election is Monday April 22. Click for a Bucks County Voter Registration application. Pennsylvania residents can also register to vote online

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