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The federal government will be reopened for at least three weeks, with President Donald Trump saying Friday afternoon that he’ll sign a bill fundin
Pushing for a safe-drinking-water standard and hoping to hold polluters and the Environmental Protection Agency accountable, a group of members of Congress created a task force Wednesday to address nationwide contamination of water by chemicals used on military bases.
The third annual Philadelphia Women’s March on Jan. 19 turned out thousands, standing together for the future of women’s rights and equality.
In a time of political turmoil and upheaval, participants had personal reasons for showing up. Philadelphia Weekly spoke with everyday participants and politicians at the event about the reasons behind their march.
Congresswoman Madeleine Dean, D-4th Dist., was recently appointed to the House Judiciary Committee.
The committee is a powerful body charged with overseeing Federal courts, administrative agencies and Federal law enforcement. It tackles a wide range of issues, including border security, government ethics and oversight, intellectual property, and national security.
Montgomery County officials thought they were ahead of the game with their plan to have a paper-ballot voting system in place for the primary election in May.
Introducing the new feminists in office.
REP. MADELEINE DEAN