This court power freed Meek Mill. Could it make Philly share its Amazon HQ2 bid?

August 22, 2018

Amazon founder and chief executive Jeff Bezos; Rapper Meek Mill

By Staff

A Philadelphia-based attorney wants Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court to make the city share details of its bid to host Amazon’s planned second headquarters using the same power it tapped to free rapper Meek Mill from prison.

Lawyer Megan Shannon filed an application for “extraordinary relief” with the state’s high court earlier this month, arguing that if the court doesn’t intervene, taxpayers won’t know what the company is being offered until it’s too late.

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