Monthly Archives: August 2020


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Aug 2020

BLUE PENNSYLVANIA – THE DANGER OF SUPREME COURT JUDICIAL DISTRICTS

In July, the General Assembly passed HB 196, the first leg in a three-stage process to amend Pennsylvania’s Constitution.  Part of the amendment requires that each of Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court justices is elected from one of seven judicial districts created by the General Assembly.  If the bill passes in the next session of the legislature,...

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Aug 2020

TOWN HALL: WHY PHILADELPHIA NEEDS A PUBLIC BANK

Wouldn’t it be nice if Philly cut its ties with Wall Street Vultures? You remember, the firms that plundered the economy a mere decade ago – the ones we had to bail out with our money? Do you think we should also cut those ties because of the incredible record of institutional racism by the...

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Aug 2020

TOWN HALL: WHY PHILADELPHIA NEEDS A PUBLIC BANK

Wouldn’t it be nice if Philly cut its ties with Wall Street Vultures? You remember, the firms that plundered the economy a mere decade ago – the ones we had to bail out with our money? Do you think we should also cut those ties because of the incredible record of institutional racism by the...

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Aug 2020

A Personal Letter about this Election

This past Saturday, August 1st marked my two year anniversary as the Projects Organizer for Philly Neighborhood Networks. You have been getting newsletters from me for about half that long and I hope they have been entertaining and informative.  So, I hope you’ll allow me in this newsletter to speak from my heart. I am...

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