District attorney talks polling regulations, Philadelphia moves forward with electronic health records

    Good morning, Feeders and happy Monday. It’s the day before primaries, and it’s expected to pour buckets. We’ll have a story for you about voter turnout in bad weather.

     

    Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams and Committee of Seventy’s Zack Stalberg will be talking about policy policies. Make sure you’re on your best behavior tomorrow at polls, people. Tom MacDonald will clue us into what Williams and Stalberg have to say.

    U.S. Sen Pat Toomey is in town today to talk about the federal budget and employment. Susan Phillips will cover his chat with the Philadelphia Lawyers Chapter of the Federalist Society.

    Mark Fiorino is battling it out with police after he was arrested following an encounter with a police officer during which time Firoino was openly carrying a gun. Lizz Fiedler will take a look at Philadelphia’s open carry laws and how they apply to Fiorino’s case.

    Peter Crimmins will bring us the latest from the Philadelphia Orchestra’s bankruptcy filing and what’s next.

    Philadelphia is moving toward electronic health records for the city and the prison system. Carolyn Beeler will look at how the city expects to integrate the multiple systems it’s currently using.

    In New Jersey, Phil Gregory will have the details from a report on the condition of roads and maintenance.

    Check in with our hyperlocal pages to see what’s happening today in Northwest Philly:

    There’s a motion by the court to search for the boxes and records that have gone missing from Germantown Settlement.

    Northwest residents were at the Trolley Car Diner over the weekend to protest cuts to Pennsylvania schools. We’ve got the story on that.

    Check out some photos from a large dance party in East Mt. Airy to benefit Benbow Hall at the Lutheran Theological Seminary.

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