It’s double what the city said it expected — but not enough to match the average of a full year of projections.
“Today we are going to share with Pennsylvanians what those legislators did not want anyone to hear.”
There’s been a lot of movement this week.
The committee’s formation comes after former managing director Rich Negrin first proposed the idea in 2015.
The Philly GOP says yes, and cites these examples.
A federal judge stayed part of Trump’s order as protests swept airports across America.
The mayor issued a scathing statement on the families reportedly turned away at PHL Airport today.
In response, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney said “we have no plans to change our immigration policy.”