Trumpet player teaches local college students, low-income seniors get produce vouchers

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    Dave Davies will check in with the Philadelphia City Commissioners this afternoon about a voter fraud review.

    Speaking of voter fraud, Kyle Roberts will ask local seniors about their access to the IDs they’ll need for November’s election. They’ll be at the Reading Terminal Market today to receive farmers market vouchers.

    Emma Jacobs is aiming to get details from OSHA on the organization’s heat warnings for outdoor workers and fatality risks and rates.

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    Taunya English will have a story for us on hospital “super-users” in Camden County, while Carolyn Beeler follows up on the Affordable Care Act and its implications.

    Peter Crimmins is stopping by Philly’s Clef Club where a trumpet player scheduled to perform with the orchestra will give a lesson to local college musicians. He’ll also swing by the pop-up garden near Rittenhouse Square to see if anyone’s enjoying its beauty in this heat.

    And Phil Gregory will have details for us on the FBI’s search of Trenton Mayor Tony Mack’s home.


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