City Council revisits sick leave bill, SEPTA explains anti-fraud tactics

    Good morning, Feeders! We’ve got a warm but rainy Thursday ahead, and Lizz Fiedler will check in with the occupiers who are sticking it out at City Hall.

    Tom MacDonald is also at City Hall, but inside, where he’ll follow council’s discussion of the sick leave bill (yes, again). Later, he’ll have details on a pretty huge announcement out of the Sheriff’s office.

    Are SEPTA’s surveillance cameras helping track crime? Yes, and as the authority and D.A. Seth Williams will discuss later, in more ways than one. Tom will have details on that, too.

    Turns out theater performances based on philosophers are pretty popular. Peter Crimmins will have information on a series of plays that’s recently been extended.

    How much patient information should psychologists have to disclose to insurance companies. That’s at the center of a lawsuit, which Maiken Scott will tell us more about.

    This evening on NewsWorks Tonight, catch Peter Crimmins’ interview with DesignPhiladelphia founder Hillary Jay.

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