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The deadline for signing up for the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, is coming up on March 31st.

Parents, education and community leaders, taxicab workers and the disability rights community gathered at the monthly December Philadelphia Parking Authority board meeting to re-iterate their call that a pending $60+ million Philadelphia Parking Authority windfall must go to help Phi

After 6 years, AFSCME District Council 33 has settled their contract with the Philadelphia Parking Authority.  We talked with Pete Matthews, President of AFSCME DC 33, about what this victory will mean for Parking Authority workers. 

UPDATE: Video from the forum now online in full (starts at 18 minutes). Saturday Nov. 23rd, from 4-6pm, candidates in the 2014 Pennsylvania Governors race will speak at a community forum on issues affecting working families.

On October 11th, teachers, students and parents gathered before school at Sayre High School to demand full funding for public schools.