Landlords subpoenaed for Council hearing, Rutgers sees donation changes

    Good morning, Feeders!

    Tom MacDonald is in City Council chambers today for what could be quite the show. Councilman Bobby Henon, D-6th, sent subpoenas to some of the city’s worst landlords. Think they’ll show?

    Lizz Fiedler will have a story on Rutgers University and changes to donations at some of its schools.

    Remember those graphic tobacco packages designed to help people kick their smoking habit? Carolyn Beeler will have details on a study from Penn to see if they’re effective.

    Emma Jacobs is checking in with people around Center City to see if they’re heeding the environmental warnings being handed down on this hot day.

    Nat Hamilton is headed to Citizens Bank Park where the city will be honored by the EPA for its environmental initiatives.

    And listen to NewsWorks Tonight for Peter Crimmins’ story on the Philadelphia Indie Film Festival.

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