Philadelphia police commissioner resigns; Who are small-dollar donors picking in 2020?
Deputy Commissioner Christine M. Coulter will now lead the force on an interim basis. Her elevation to commissioner marks the first time a woman will serve as the city’s top cop.
The Inquirer analyzed data from both to see who these small donors are supporting. And it seems that many of those who are politically engaged in the region haven’t fully committed to one choice.
It’s kind of like a college dorm. Except its populated by women in their 70s. In a Lancaster County town, these four women can live independently, but share a home. Each has their own bed and bathrooms, but they share their common areas.
Affordability is a major problem as a wave of baby boomers enters older age. That has led aging experts to push for solutions for elderly people who have too much money to qualify for government help, but can’t afford the kind of upscale senior housing that is common in Philadelphia and its suburbs.
The model has won an award and will be studied by Kansas State University.
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“It was a worthy lesson for anyone who is invested in saving lives in Philadelphia, regardless of opinion about a supervised injection site. And yet, elected officials who have raised questions and concerns about supervised injection sites did not make the effort to go to the hearing.” — The Inquirer Editorial Board writes about Monday’s hearing in federal court in which the Justice Department squared off against the nonprofit that wants to operate a supervised injection site in Philadelphia.