Camden still working to implement a curfew, online behavior still causing trouble

    Good morning, Feeders! Are you still causing trouble online? Despite warnings and examples, many people are still putting themselves out there on the Internet. Behavioral health reporter Maiken Scott will talk to experts who can hopefully answer the question, Will we ever learn?

    Lizz Fiedler will have the latest from Camden, where City Council is still trying to implement a curfew. A lawsuit against its former curfew has legislators working to make sure the next one is air tight.

    Mara Zepeda is heading to Reading for a feature story, but is also checking in with some local emergency responders to find out what the silliest calls they’ve received are. Non-emergency calls can drive up the response time for true emergencies.

    Peter Crimmins will have a preview for us of this weekend’s Slut Walk. The national event is coming to Philly to take a stand against the notion that dressing provocatively encourages and justifies rape.

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