Temple hosts school choice hearing, study finds link between pain meds and future addiction

    Good morning, Feeders! Temple University will host an all-day hearing today about school choice, led by the Pennsylvania House. Mara Zepeda will have updates from that, while also looking deeper at Philadelphia’s various quality-of-life service centers.

    Lizz Fiedler is already in Camden where she’ll bring us details of the outcome on a case involving a woman who was video-taped while in the police department’s bathroom. How much privacy should we expect in municipal buildings?

    Dave Davies is headed to Harrisburg to talk state liquor store privatization. You can catch him later on NewsWorks Tonight with details.

    Elkins Estate has started a theater residency program for the summer. Peter Crimmins and Lindsay Lazarski are working on a feature for us about the Polish troupe that’s there this week.

    What’s the link between paid medication and future addiction? Maiken Scott will tell us about a study that ties prescription meds to later use of illegal narcotics. She’ll also bring us up to date on laws that deal with institutional commitment and what it takes to get a person into a facility.

    Don’t forget to check out our story with parter the Public School Notebook on what lawyers say it would take to remove Arlene Ackerman as Philadelphia’s schools superintendent.

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