Chernobyl marks an anniversary, regional demographics shift

    Happy Monday, Feeders! We’re helping kick off Philly Tech Week with a live blog of today’s Open Data event. Check back with the Feed at noon for to see what data from the city you have access to, and what information you might one day have.

    In the meantime, we’re covering the latest budget gap-closing legislation and area census data.

    Tom MacDonald will be at the 11 a.m. press conference where legislation that would require Pennsylvania residents to pay outstanding court fees before renewing their car registrations will be detailed.

    Are medical students forgoing primary care and internal medicine for other specialities? Carolyn Beeler is checking into a study evaluating just that.

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    Susan Philips is looking at the latest demographic changes in the Delaware Valley and examining how that could affect redistricting in regions that have seen the most changes.

    Tomorrow is the 25th anniversary of the nuclear disaster of Chernobyl. Tom MacDonald will talk to those who lived through it about how they’re reflecting.

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