Gov. Rendell warmed up a crowd at a Hillary Clinton rally at Temple just now, saying the 1990s were pretty good to Philadelphia. He mentioned Clinton administration help that enabled Philadelphia to build buildings, redevel - Inquirer political writers, Philadelphia Inquirer" />

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Sunday, February 14, 2016

Party Like its 1993

Gov. Rendell warmed up a crowd at a Hillary Clinton rally at Temple just now, saying the 1990s were pretty good to Philadelphia. He mentioned Clinton administration help that enabled Philadelphia to build buildings, redevel

Party Like its 1993

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Thomas Fitzgerald reports: Gov. Rendell warmed up a crowd at a Hillary Clinton rally at Temple just now, saying the 1990s were pretty good to Philadelphia. He mentioned Clinton administration help that enabled Philadelphia to build buildings, redevelop the navy yard, ,build the Constitution Center and put 1,000 new police on the streets.

"There has been a lot of 1990s bashing in this campaign," Rendell said. "Well, the 1990s was a good time for Philadelphia thanks to Bill and Hillary Clinton."

He introduced Mayor Nutter as the man who "has the chance to become the second best mayor in Philadelphia history.

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