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What counts as saving a life? United States v. Safehouse kicks off
Lawyers for the nonprofit proposing a supervised injection site compared it to ERs, syringe exchanges. U.S. attorneys said the difference is they’re legal.
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‘Gem of the Ocean’ helps Arden top Barrymore Award nominations
August Wilson’s drama has received 11 nominations for this year’s awards for excellence in professional theater, which were announced Monday.
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New city agency to oversee Philly’s ‘fragmented’ reentry for former prisoners
Philadelphia has a big web of organizations working to reintegrate ex-prisoners. But officials think they need to better coordinate “fragmented” efforts.
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