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Philadelphia teachers, district reach contract deal, avert strike
When its current contract expired on Aug. 31, Jordan said he was seeking a one-year extension with “modest raises.” He asked members to approve two more weeks of negotiations.
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Philly Council pushes to extend protections for renters amid COVID surge
A battery of expiring Philadelphia renter protections may be extended by City Council — but with more stringent eligibility requirements, if some groups have their way.
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‘Mad or nah?’: Philly residents react to city suing state over gun laws
Tamara Russell, aka Revive POC, hit the streets of Philadelphia to see what residents think about the city’s efforts to quell rising gun violence.
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