Say What? Archive: September, 2012

Cleaning up the city isn't a job for one man

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When city officials told a South Philadelphia businessman that he had to put back the ugly Jersey barriers he’d removed in cleaning a... Read more

N.J. minimum wage overdue for a boost

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New Jersey’s poorest workers haven’t had a raise in three years. But Gov. Christie and the Legislature still refuse to join 18... Read more

Larry Platt chats 1 p.m. Oct. 1

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Larry Platt chats at 1 p.m. about so-called 'disrupters,' who open up Philadelphia to new ideas and possibility. On a mobile device? Click... Read more

Signs of recovery boost consumer confidence

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A presidential election that’s supposed to be all about the economy shifted to foreign policy last week, most notably due to world events... Read more

City unions' turn to make a move on contracts

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Mayor Nutter, who has been accused of kicking the can down the road when it comes to settling contracts with municipal workers, has at last... Read more

Camden school board let hearts make decision

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Members of the Camden Board of Education were being patted on the back for turning down four proposals by politically connected interests to... Read more

Political ads with false information same as lies

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Spreading false information because you don’t know the facts is a mistake. Continuing to spread false information when you know the truth... Read more

Lessons for others in NFL referees' labor dispute

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After three weeks of limping along with replacement referees, the wealthy owners of the National Football League finally made the right call... Read more