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Stay or go? Philadelphia sounds off on the Rizzo statue controversy

Stay or go? Philadelphia sounds off on the Rizzo statue controversy

Ask Philadelphians for opinions on the Frank Rizzo statue, and you'll get some serious attitude. The city recently invited citizens to offer their opinions online about what should happen to the statue of the controversial

N.J. Republicans bristle at proposal to 'wind down' flood insurance program

N.J. Republicans bristle at proposal to 'wind down' flood insurance program

Even before Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, the nation's flood insurance program was mired in about $24 billion of debt. That's why the Republican chair of the committee charged with overseeing and rewriting the program wants to

To prevent OD deaths, Philly to give out naloxone as people leave jail

To prevent OD deaths, Philly to give out naloxone as people leave jail

Of the more than 930 people who died of an overdose in Philadelphia last year, a third had been through jail. This heightened overdose risk has prompted the city to launch a new prevention effort.

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Stay or go? Philadelphia sounds off on the Rizzo statue controversy

Stay or go? Philadelphia sounds off on the Rizzo statue controversy

Ask Philadelphians for opinions on the Frank Rizzo statue, and you'll get some serious attitude. The city recently invited citizens to offer their opinions online about what should happen to the statue of the controversial

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