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Jim Kenney and Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown wanted enough for 20K homes by 2025. That'll be tough.
The federal judge called the executive order an "ominous, misleading, and ultimately toothless threat."
Neighbors wonder why they get saturated, while other areas don't: "Spread the wealth."
In what seems totally reasonable, a judge heard arguments 305 miles from the legislation being reviewed.
In neighborhoods where chains won't go, 'even my lottery is down.'
The city could lose funding that goes to domestic violence arrest support and rape kits.
Unsweetened drinks are most definitely not taxed under the sweetened beverages tax
"No one's buying the stuff."
Jim Kenney, Twitter expert, attends the festival where the social network was born.
We ran the numbers; distributors sold roughly 21 cans of soda per Philadelphian last month.
Experts say even the Census can't help track suburban flight that easily.
The committee's formation comes after former managing director Rich Negrin first proposed the idea in 2015.
Eleven bars must undergo implicit bias training; violations were filed against only two.