Tuesday quick roundup
- Next Inquirer candidate profile: Dwight Evans
- Declare emergency, Nutter urges Street
- Bucks Democrats hope for resurgence
- Corzine takes big step in recovery
- Don't dumb down the Legislature -- a State Rep. argues against term limits for PA.
- Prober seeking independence -- Seth Williams seeks more agents and to get the Inspector General a bit freer of the Mayor.
- Dredging standoff stalling projects -- from bridge maintenance to expanding PATCO, everything's on hold for the 18-month-long pissing match over the Delaware.
- City's finances: Little talk, but lots of concern -- future budget issues, especially pensions, looked at through the lens of the mayoral race and candidates' promises.
- Pact backs access to Schuylkill park -- at last a deal with CSC railways.
- Rendell blasts EPA over Montco ruling (that exempts some big corporations of new emissions rules)
- Pa. loan agency adopts new code of official conduct (student loan kerfluffle)
- State college staff in Pa. to vote on strike (I'm not clear what institutions this covers.)
- CCP tuition high - and may get higher if funds cut, prez says