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Philly has eviction problem. Right to counsel legislation could help solve it. | Opinion

Despite being the sixth largest city in the U.S., Philadelphia ranks fourth in total evictions, with over 20,000 filed each year.

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Progressives are all too willing to cut constitutional corners | George Will

Recent political ploys by Beto O'Rourke, Elizabeth Warren, and the NBA show the perils of moral grandstanding.
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Progressives are all too willing to cut constitutional corners | George Will

Recent political ploys by Beto O'Rourke, Elizabeth Warren, and the NBA show the perils of moral grandstanding.

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Frank Rizzo galvanized a Philly movement. We could see another in 2020. | Opinion

A volatile reactionary, whether a mayor or president, can trigger grassroots action, as I examine in my latest novel.
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Frank Rizzo galvanized a Philly movement. We could see another in 2020. | Opinion

A volatile reactionary, whether a mayor or president, can trigger grassroots action, as I examine in my latest novel.

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Pennsylvania is still staring down an Affordable Care Act and health care crisis | Opinion

The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals is deliberating whether the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is unconstitutional, leaving millions of Pennsylvanians' health care in the balance.
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Pennsylvania is still staring down an Affordable Care Act and health care crisis | Opinion

The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals is deliberating whether the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is unconstitutional, leaving millions of Pennsylvanians' health care in the balance.
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Community co-ops are the only truly local grocers | Opinion

This Saturday, October 19th, we celebrate the first-ever Philadelphia Grocery Co-op Day.

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NBA debacle in Philly and beyond shows Americans finally waking up to Chinese censorship | Opinion

I can only hope that this October—the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China—Americans keep speaking out and show the CCP that we are not afraid.

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I spent over five years working in the Middle East. Abandoning Kurdish allies in Syria is disheartening. | Opinion

U.S. must exercise moral authority by demanding that the Kurds receive their just due: protection from oppression and a state of their own.

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The 2020 Philadelphia Flower Show’s ‘Riviera Holiday’ theme is an abdication of responsibility | Opinion

When gardeners and garden lovers across Philadelphia witness and experience crises in politics, health coverage, the opioid epidemic, homelessness, immigration, and tensions over gentrification, the Horticultural Society’s aristocratic recommendation is that we all eat cake.

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The Ben Franklin and SLA asbestos crisis is a symptom of a bigger disease | Opinion

Advertised as a system that rewards the hardest-working students, the City's selective admissions process is a civil rights violation hidden in plain sight.

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As Fairhill reels from weekend shooting, a reminder of government’s role in preventing trauma | Opinion

State preemption prohibits Philadelphia from passing the common-sense gun laws that would make our city safer.

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This week, citywide table talks aim to strengthen communities through honest conversations | Opinion

On October 17, in settings as diverse as living rooms, restaurants, office conference rooms and nonprofits, thousands of people will get together to simply talk.

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Pennsylvania’s opioid crisis has made more grandparents primary caregivers. They need state support. | Opinion

It’s a big job for anyone to step in when a relative is struggling with addiction or can’t effectively parent for some other reason.

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In the wake of #MeToo, how can we reconcile women’s reality with men’s perspective? | Opinion

Moving forward requires engagement, understanding, and a willingness to change, as well as gaining the insight, compassion and tools to create safe relationships for everyone.

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The spiraling president adds self-impeachment to his repertoire | George Will

The canine loyalty of Senate Republicans will keep Trump in office. But the House must not limply hope federal judges will enforce their oversight powers. The President is eroding the core responsibilities of the office, writes George Will.

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How Rudy Giuliani’s epic slide, from crime buster to conspirator, reveals America’s broken windows | Will Bunch

Rudy Giuliani's downfall from breaking up New York's Mafia to cavorting with Russia mobsters closely tracks America's moral decline.

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With Hahnemann closed, expect more shootings to turn into homicides | Brain Trust

The only difference between a nonfatal and fatal shooting could be access to health care.

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Trump’s cry that America is fighting ‘endless wars’ is a canard | Marc Thiessen

Our force levels in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan are a shadow of their former selves, and U.S. forces are not doing the fighting but rather arming and training allies who are doing the fighting for us.

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