Philly Ethics Board 1, dark money 0

Philly Ethics Board 1, dark money 0Behold, a principle is established: There will be no anonymous stink bombs in Philadelphia elections.

Haywood continues push to raise Pa. minimum wage to $10.10

Haywood continues push to raise Pa. minimum wage to $10.10Last week, Los Angeles City Council voted to raise the minimum wage in that city to $15 by 2020. In Pennsylvania, lawmakers are trying to increase what businesses are required to pay their workers from the federal minimum of

Medical facilities weigh including mental health records in digital patient files

Medical facilities weigh including mental health records in digital patient filesAs doctors' offices and hospital systems continue to move from paper to digital medical records - many are struggling with the difficult question of whether to integrate mental and physical health records.

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Instead of blaming crash victims, let's build safer streets

Too often, we decide to chalk up traffic deaths as the cost of doing business: as long as cars, bicycles and human beings take up the same space on our streets, collisions will occur, people will die, and the person to blame
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Bucks County's Natalie Kaye on relaunching a career and making a difference

Some people retire to Florida. Others retire to care for grandchildren or to travel the world. When Natalie Kaye of Newtown retired from her corporate career at 55, she didn’t power down. Kaye powered up!

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New drone rules elicit turbulent response from some local pilots

New drone rules elicit turbulent response from some local pilots

In just the last few years, drones have become more popular than ever. The small-scale flying machines are cheaper, more compact, and easier to fly – which means a lot more of them zipping around the sky. But new rules
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Is high-deductible insurance changing healthcare shopping habits?

Is high-deductible insurance changing healthcare shopping habits?

New Jersey resident Ray Rizzuto says he keeps a closer watch on healthcare spending ever since he switched his family to high-deductible health coverage.
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