Catching up with Romney and Kane, reviewing Florida’s food stamp drug test

    Good morning, Feeders!

    We have some Primary Day Eve coverage for you. Lizz Fiedler is catching up with Attorney General candidate Kathleen Kane and Dave Davies will track down Presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
    Carolyn Beeler, meanwhile, will review the Florida ACLU’s determination that drug testing for food stamps is not cost effective. Pennsylvania is running a pilot program in Schuylkill County, so Carolyn will look for correlation.

    Taunya English will tell us more about a mentorship program for black males living with HIV.

    For more primary coverage, Emma Jacobs will find out what poll watchers will be looking for in Pennsylvania tomorrow as voters step into the booth under the new ID requirements.

    Peter Crimmins and Emma Lee are in Brandywine for an exhibit opening that we’ll learn more about later.

    And it’s Philly Tech Week, so get ready for stories and photos of robots, apps, video games and more.

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