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​Water ice, baseball, the Shore: We’re already mourning summer in Philadelphia | Perspective

What does the summer hold for our city? Can we live standing six feet apart?
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​Water ice, baseball, the Shore: We’re already mourning summer in Philadelphia | Perspective

What does the summer hold for our city? Can we live standing six feet apart?

Opinion

Drawing strength from Memorial Days of the past as we face COVID struggles today | Opinion

With the same patriotic spirit that spurred many Americans to make the ultimate sacrifice, let us recognize the selfless, courageous fortitude of health care workers, first responders, and many other essential workers
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Drawing strength from Memorial Days of the past as we face COVID struggles today | Opinion

With the same patriotic spirit that spurred many Americans to make the ultimate sacrifice, let us recognize the selfless, courageous fortitude of health care workers, first responders, and many other essential workers

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Saving the economy means reopening wisely and changing minds | Opinion

Our worst-case scenario: economic stagnation beyond the pandemic, because Americans so distrust leaders that they resist returning to usual activities.
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Saving the economy means reopening wisely and changing minds | Opinion

Our worst-case scenario: economic stagnation beyond the pandemic, because Americans so distrust leaders that they resist returning to usual activities.
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Coronavirus shutdown was needed, but unseen health risks of restrictions need consideration | Expert Opinion

The limits of telemedicine and an increase in sedentary lifestyles are two downsides to the shutdown.

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Here’s how we can save summer at the Jersey Shore, according to those with the most at stake | Opinion

Jersey Shore residents, visitors, and business owners on what summer will look like amid the pandemic.

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Should Philly students be graded during the pandemic? | Pro/Con

Will grades keep students on track, or set unreasonable expectations during a crisis?

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7 reforms that would make it easier for everyone to vote in Pennsylvania | Opinion

Mail-in ballots are only the beginning of the voting reforms needed in Pa.

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New Title IX regulations could encourage restorative justice for sexual assault | Opinion

As a Dean of Students, I often hear from college students that they want a “different way” to resolve incidents of sexual misconduct. New federal guidelines may help offer that.

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We shouldn’t have to say this: Stop comparing pandemic shutdown to Nazi Germany | Opinion

ADL: In the last two weeks, we have had to condemn two elected officials in Pennsylvania and a county-level political committee for essentially calling Gov. Wolf a Nazi during discussions of the stay-at-home order.

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A Bill Gates coronavirus thing to worry about | Will Bunch Newsletter

A Bill Gates ‘cure’ for schools post-coronavirus is already causing a bad reaction.

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School District leaders: Maintain education funding for Philly students | Opinion

Superintendent William Hite and school board president Joyce Wilkerson: We can get through this budget crisis, but we need your help.

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Health-care workers are not the only COVID heroes | Opinion

The real heroes of this time are those that find themselves thrust into positions of risk that they never saw coming.

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Ramp up vote-by-mail efforts so Pa. can lead the way on June 2 | Opinion

For the first time, Pennsylvania voters can cast a ballot by mail without an excuse. Officials can ensure it’s a success by making sure voters, already reeling from the stress of the pandemic, don’t have to ask for a ballot.

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Rebecca Rhynhart’s alternative plan to balance the city budget — without raising your taxes | Opinion

Rhynhart: "I believe we owe it to Philadelphians to explore every option to avoid serious cuts to services, layoffs, and tax increases."

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Trump is right: ‘OBAMAGATE’ is ‘the biggest political crime in American history’ | Will Bunch

Trump's bizarro world where a criminal like Mike Flynn is victim and prosecutors are crooks has brought U.S. to the brink of dictatorship.

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Construction unions have led the way on safe reopening during the pandemic | Opinion

We need our elected leaders to take a cue from construction and focus on getting all of America safely back to work.

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