A shadowy political-action committee, funded entirely by local building-trade unions, spent $354,032 in the two weeks before the May 20 Democratic primary election to help state Rep. Brendan Boyle win his party's nomination for the 13th District seat in the U.S. House. Also in Clout today, the Philadelphia Board of Ethics looks at #McConnelling. And U.S. Rep. Pat Meehan objects to refurbishing the White House bowling alley.
Counsel offers closing arguments in the federal trial of five Traffic Court judges.
Byko: Welcome, foreign felons.