Saturday, October 3, 2015

Morning Money: Mummer Money

With snow falling and parties ready to start, we thought we’d give you one last news roundup to close out the year:

Morning Money: Mummer Money


With snow falling and parties ready to start, we thought we’d give you one last news roundup to close out the year:

The Mummers Parade is on after the Mummers and the city agreed that the group would pay $150,000 to cover costs of the parade.

Be careful where you park — Parking Authority payment kiosks in Center City are broken.

E-mail evidence may be the crucial component of the cases against state Rep. Mike Veon and Democratic legislative aides implicated in the Bonusgate investigation.

And in national news, a court ruled that Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty acted improperly by imposing budget cuts without legislative approval.

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