Good morning, Feeders!
We’ve got a busy day ahead of us, starting with reports from Tom MacDonald and Holly Otterbein on Philadelphia’s Actual Value Initiative.
Lizz Fiedler is checking in with the Neshaminy School District, which will soon begin a solar project. She’ll have the details and will also wrap up a story on an expansion to Pennsylvania’s background check legislation.
Peter Crimmins will have one of two stories for us today on some unusual art installations. Check back later to see if he’s reporting on pickup trucks or adirondack chairs.
Taunya English will find out why some men have trouble getting Plan B contraception, and she’ll also look into Delaware’s COBRA expansion.
And Emma Jacobs will have the story on a big pharma company and its push for generic testing.