Wednesday, May 11, 2005

Stop pay-to-play in Philadelphia

In response to the week's verdicts, America's Hometown points out that the Philadelphia ethics bills submitted by Councilman Nutter each fell one vote short, and that there is room for pressuring those who didn't support either one. See the Stop Pay-to-Play website to get involved in the process. Let's make apathy untenable!!

Update: The Daily News republishes a list of their top ten ways to clean up the city, from limiting campaign money to making sure all records are public.


Anonymous Melissa said...


I posted a link to that before and I don't think it got much attention. Sad to think that people don't care. Maybe now that some convictions came down people will see that we have a choice and don't need to tolerate corruption in our city government. And yes, I signed the petition weeks ago. :)

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