The struggling economy has given rise to a new kind of predator: For-profit debt-settlement companies. And consumers are falling for their empty promises.
The commissioners are paid to do their job only three quarters of the time, and what’s more, if other parties are capable of running elections, what does that tell us about the necessity of having the elected commissioners at all?
By Jacob Lambert
It’s hard to see how much better Chaka Fattah or Tom Knox or Bob Brady would be doing at this point, with no cash to spend and ambitions on hold.
By Jenny DeHuff
State Rep. Babette Josephs, whose district encompasses much of Center City, says the PLCB’s partnership with Garces is—to say the least—a conflict of interest.