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    TGIF.  Here’s what we’ve got going.

    Tom MacDonald will report on the city’s new legislation to sell the Boy Scouts the building they occupy in Center City, and the opposition to the move.  He’ll also look into the city’s pilot program to install sharing and tracking technology in vehicles used by Department of Human Services social workers.

    Susan Phillips will follow up on the anti-harrassment policy at South Philly High, and on the Pennsylvania Gaming Board’s decision to revoke the license for Foxwoods.  Scott Detrow will also look into this story from Harrisburg.

    At the Arts and Culture Desk, Peter Crimmins will report on the downfall of the fledgling Philadelphia version of the New York blog Brownstoner.

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    And on the Health and Science Desk, Carolyn Beeler will examine a New Jersey pilot program for in home veteran care that’s going national.

    That’s all for now.  Stay tuned…or…logged on…for more.

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