City to partner with CHOP, Clarke looks to make water rate changes

    Good morning, Feeders, and happy Friday!

    Peter Crimmins and Lindsay Lazarski are headed to Laurel Hill Cemetery, where a group of Irish railroad workers will finally be buried. Peter will have the full details on the story on NewsWorks Tonight.
    Carolyn Beeler will check in with officials at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, which Mayor Michael Nutter announced yesterday will enter a public/private partnership with the city.

    Lizz Fiedler is following up with a man who’s settled with the City of Philadelphia over gun carrying laws. She’ll also be in Camden for a story you can hear more about Monday.

    Emma Jacobs will talk to utilities experts about Philadelphia City Council President Darrell Clarke’s plan to change how water rates are approved.

    And Kevin McCorry is looking into how Pennsylvania is trying to keep better tabs on people who improperly file for unemployment.

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