Philly approves ‘Fair Workweek’ law; the push for land sale reform | Morning Newsletter
As we head into the weekend, many workers across Philadelphia are cheering for another reason. City Council has passed a “Fair Workweek” law which will lead to more predictable schedules for thousands of employees across the city. But it doesn’t come without critics. Meanwhile, the Council’s president is proposing legislation that will take aim at loopholes in the system that allowed developers to rack up big profits on city-owned land. Money is also flowing into 30th Street. A federal grant will send millions of dollars toward the effort to revitalize SEPTA’s 30th Street subway stop.
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