Heard in the Hall Archive: September, 2012

Coming to Your Newsstand: More Ads?

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In Council's ongoing effort to find more places to allow advertising - and to raise more dough for the city's coffers - Councilman William... Read more

Jones and Oh to 'Be the Vote'

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Opinions on the state's controversial voter ID law and the legal challenges to it have broken pretty reliably along partisan lines, with Republicans... Read more

Philadelphia opts not to issue Voter IDs

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The Nutter administration has decided not to follow the lead of Montgomery and Allegheny counties in issuing photo-ID cards for Philadelphia... Read more

Anonymous hacker goes after Philadelphia

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Anonymous, the loosely knit group of hackers that has threatened computer systems around the globe, appears to have issued a warning to Philadelphia:... Read more

Commonwealth Court schedules more hearings on Voter ID

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Commonwealth Court Judge Robert E. Simpson Jr. has scheduled a hearing for next Tuesday, Sept. 25, in Harrisburg, to deal with the state’s... Read more

Nutter joins chorus attacking Romney's '47 percent' remarks

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Mayor Nutter is joining the chorus of Obama supporters criticizing Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romey for suggesting nearly half... Read more

Mulgrew suspended

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Updated at 4:12 p.m. Friday: The state court of Judicial Discipline has suspended Traffic Court Judge Robert Mulgrew with pay for now but will... Read more

Corbett turns to Philadelphia law firm for support on Voter ID

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When he was running for governor two years ago, Tom Corbett’s position papers said he would provide “an open, transparent, accountable... Read more