Philadelphia to Pass Driving Equality Bill

Philadelphia to Pass Driving Equality Bill

Philadelphia has made history by becoming the first United States major city to ban police officers from pulling people over for low-level traffic violations. The city council passed the Driving Equality Bill 14-2 on Oct. 14, 2021. All that is is needed now is for the Mayor of Philadelphia to sign the bill. Studies show […]

Supreme Court Sides With Catholic Agency in LGBTQ Foster Care Case

Supreme Court Sides With Catholic Agency in LGBTQ Foster Care Case

The United States Supreme Court sided with religious rights over LGBTQ rights in its ruling in favor of a Catholic Social Services (CSS) agency’s lawsuit filed after the Department of Human Services (DHS) of Philadelphia refused to place children for foster care because of its policy barring gay couples from applying as foster parents. On June […]

Man Stabs Boy in a Pittsburgh McDonald’s

Man Stabs Boy in a Pittsburgh McDonald’s

A 12-year-old boy was stabbed in the neck by a man in a Pittsburgh, Philadelphia McDonald’s. According to officers, the boy was attacked around 2 p.m. CT on March 20, 2021. The fast-food restaurant is located on Liberty Avenue in Downtown Pittsburgh. Officers arrested 51-year-old Charles Edward Turner and charged him with attempted homicide. They […]

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