Sunoco sold to Texas company, opponents protest School District’s restructuring plan

    Good morning, Feeders!

    We’re starting the week off with a bang. Sunoco has been sold to a Texas-based pipeline operator. Emma Jacobs will find out what this means for the company and future operations.
    Lizz Fiedler will catch up with protesters of a plan to restructure the School District of Philadelphia. Opponents will weigh in on the plan to close dozens of schools.

    Taunya English is working on a story about the food desert/obesity link. She’ll talk to experts about the access to healthy food and what else is at play when it comes to making food decisions.

    Carolyn Beeler has a story coming this week about shad. Until then, she’ll check in on a Cape may house that’s been overrun by bees. Does insurance cover that?

    And the effort has begun to repeal the Pennsylvania voter ID law. State Rep. Dwight Evans, D-Philadelphia, is expected to introduce legislation today.

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