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Morning Money: No free lunches. Well, fewer of them.

City Council is reconsidering a proposed charter change that would allow city workers to participate in political activity off the clock.

A proposed change in the funding formula for federally subsidized free school lunches could deny the lunches to almost half of Philadelphia public school kids who receive them now.

A new report card issued by the American Society of Civil Engineers gives Pennsylvania poor marks for infrastructure: a D-minus for its roads, drinking water and public transit systems.

Gov. Christie wants to cut state funding to New Jersey libraries by 75 percent.

Governing magazine argues that while deferring infrastructure maintenance can save money in the short run, it ends up costing more over time.

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