Good morning, Feeders! It’s Random Acts of Hospitality Day today in Philadelphia, so go forth and be nice.
Republican Sen. Pat Toomey will unveil his budget proposal today for the 2012 fiscal year. Susan Philips will take a look at what the plan suggests compared with the original proposal. Toomey will announce details at 12:30 today.
Tom MacDonald spent the morning talking to teachers in Philadelphia who are picketing education cuts. Later, he’ll be in City Hall for the School District of Philadelphia budget hearing.
A new report shows housing prices in the suburbs fell faster than house prices in the city. Lizz Fiedler will take a look at the report and talk to experts to better understand the numbers.
Race Street Pier is just about ready. Peter Crimmins is heading there to take a look at the finished product — right after he stops by the Betsy Ross House to hear about Civil War programs for the summer.
This morning, Carolyn Beeler is at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia where health officials are talking about bath salts.
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