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Philadelphia taxis carry less insurance coverage than those in other cities

inquirer.com — Philadelphia taxis carry much less insurance coverage than cabs in many other cities, providing less protection for passengers, pedestrians or other motorists in case of accidents.
Nov 26, 2014

Taxis carry much less insurance in Phila. than in other cities, providing less protection for accident victims: inquirer.com/business/20141…

Handling the truth

inquirer.com — A recent ruling in the case of a Philadelphia School District employee who was fired after he exposed an alleged sweetheart deal that cost taxpayers millions of dollars is a victory for every citizen's First Amendment rights.
Nov 26, 2014

Important court case for 1st Amendment freedom, press freedom and investigative reporting re: city schools contract. inquirer.com/opinion/editor…

Amtrak reports record Northeast ridership

inquirer.com — Amtrak on Tuesday reported its smallest federally funded operating loss since 1973, as ridership on the Northeast Corridor reached a record 11.6 million passengers.
Nov 25, 2014

Amtrak's federally funded operating loss is lowest in 41 years: inquirer.com/business/20141…

Ex-con to be tried in killing of two women in Holmesburg

inquirer.com — After 67-year-old Dollie Mae Evans was shot to death, neighbors the woman known as "Grandmom" as a kindly presence on her block in Holmesburg.
Nov 25, 2014

A Philly neighborhood 'grandmom' is killed. Her alleged killer says she was dealing drugs. bit.ly/1rpMtxj #inq