Governing Makes a Comeback
Council’s passage last week of modest business tax cuts was more than a rebuke of progressives. It also might suggest that reasonableness is trending again
Are City Council Term Limits On The Way?
Councilmembers Allan Domb, Helen Gym and four others agree that legislators should make way for new blood. Are there six more willing to make it happen?
The Fix: Council, Reform Thyself
Councilmember Allan Domb has again proposed term limits for him and his colleagues. But to get career pols to go along with the idea is going to require…you.
How To Reverse The Murder Epidemic
Unlike many other leaders, Delco DA Jack Stollsteimer and City Council members Isaiah Thomas and Allan Domb speak with a no-nonsense sense of urgency. That’s a start.
Will The School District Squander Its $1.1 Billion Stimulus Windfall?
A history of management snafus under Superintendent Bill Hite can only make you wonder if we’re able to seize this potentially transformative moment
Philadelphia Mayor’s Race: Pros and Cons of Eight Likely Candidates
What do Allan Domb and Cindy Bass’ call this week for mass vaccinations, Rebecca Rhynhart’s recent critical report on the Kenney administration, and Jeff Brown’s plans to run for mayor all signal? That we’re closer to 2023 than you might think.
Making Work Pay
City Council unanimously passed Allan Domb’s wage tax rebate for low-income workers. This, Philly 3.0’s engagement director notes, is exactly the right moment for Mayor Kenney to sign it into law
Reformer vs. Progressive
Recent revelations illustrate Philly’s real political divide. Here’s why it matters.