Council takes public comment on redistricting, Villanova law school is censured

    Good morning, Feeders! City Council will hear from the public today about how to redistrict without gerrymandering. Lizz Fiedler will be on hand to see who’s there, what they say and what the future councilmanic map could look like.

    Lizz will also talk with the cyclist who was recently attacked on Kelly Drive. We’ll hear from him about the experience.

    The American Bar Association has censured Villanova Law. The move comes after it was revealed the university has falsified admissions data. Back in February, the dean said the school had reported inflated grade-point-averages that may have boosted the law school’s national rankings. Donny Hoegg will have more details for us.

    There’s an armada at Bartram’s Gardens. Some armada flotilla is being worked on today as part of an art project that will eventually be paraded along Philadelphia’s waterway. Peter Crimmins and photographer Nat Hamilton will head to Southwest Philly for the full story.

    And speaking of Villanova, the university is hosting the Maccabi Games this week. Multimedia producer Kim Paynter will be at the Jewish sporting event.

    Behavioral Health reporter Maiken Scott will have the latest information for us from the National Organization for Victim Assistance conference, and details on Delaware’s prosthetic parity law.

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