City Council talks schools budget, Camden County explores bike share options

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    Tuesday brings us big news from Philadelphia City Council. Ahead of tonight’s neighborhood budget hearing, council will be in chambers today with School District officials. Tom MacDonald will have that story.
    Lizz Fiedler is checking in with Camden County, which is looking for volunteers to help with a bike share program. Will Camden County beat Philly to bike sharing?

    Maiken Scott will have the story on a play written by recovering addicts and performed by high caliber actors. She’ll have the details on the story of addiction.

    Carolyn Beeler is getting the details on funding for a new cancer research center at Penn. We’ll learn what the new center could possibly do for cancer treatment and prevention.

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    And Jen Howard will check in on a lawsuit against the Free Library of Philadelphia. Advocates for the visually impaired have filed a complaint about the library’s use of e-readers that do not have features for the blind.

    Lots of area teenagers are prepping for the prom. While they worry about what to wear, share your tips for what not to do at the prom.

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