Furness’ legacy explored, hospital considers expanding bariatric surgery

    Good morning, Feeders!

    Tom MacDonald is spending the day with Phily City Council, where topics include but are not limited to Jim Kenney’s call for business tax credits for health benefits to same-sex partners.

    Lizz Fielder and Kim Paynter have a feature in the works for NewsWorks Tonight about longtime Camden residents and their perception of the city.

    Taunya English is working on stories about World AIDS Day and a local hospital that’s considering expanding bariatric surgery to younger patients.

    Azusa Ukichura is trying to find out how much states benefited from Powerball ticket sales, while Zack Seward gives us a preview of this weekend’s “Think Fest.”

    And Peter Crimmins and Nat Hamilton will have a story for us tomorrow on Frank Furness and his local legacy.

     

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