Kiss-ins taking place at Chick-fil-A, robots make sushi at train station

    Good morning, Feeders!

    Tom MacDonald is going to the Center City Chick-fil-A today to witness one of the many kiss-ins across the country in protest of the company’s stance against gay marriage.
    Lizz Fiedler and Kim Paynter are finishing up their story on a sushi-making robot at Suburban Station, and Lizz will also have a feature on a local double-amputee who’s found inspiration in an Olympian.

    Emma Jacobs will have the latest on implementation efforts for PennDOT’s vote ID law-compliant identification cards, while Zack Seward brings us the story of a new approach to nonprofits that brings success stories to other cities.

    Kyle Roberts is headed to the memorial service for Philadelphia Highway Patrol Officer Brian Lorenzo who died in a car accident last month.

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    And Peter Crimmins is catching up with the crowd of slave descendants who are in Philadelphia today to connect with one another and learn about their histories.

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