Morning News Roundup – February 4, 2012


Newsworks reports on plans in the works that could transform the Ben Franklin Parkway into a pedestrian haven.


A Philadelphia man plans to walk across the United States, in honor of his late wife who died in 2011 of an aggressive form of ovarian cancer. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports


The Doylestown Patch has a legislative schedule for the Pennsylvania House of Representatives return to session today. 


GOP Senator Pat Toomey is calling for the US Navy to commission its new ship built in honor of the victims of United Flight 93 in Philadelphia. Pennlive

About Kenneth Lipp

Kenneth is a writer and researcher. He’s from Alabama, and will not apologize for it. He moved to Pennsylvania in 2012, but has been in love with Philadelphia since a late-night stroll down Ben Franklin Parkway to the Art Museum in July of 2011 with the love of his life. He is interested in telling Philadelphia’s dynamic and absolutely unique stories with the zeal of a constantly enamored newcomer. Kenneth is also passionate about government transparency and protection of whistleblowers, most notably PFC Chelsea Manning. His research and reporting on law enforcement and surveillance have been featured in various publications, including Rolling Stone (Meet the Private Companies Helping Cops Spy on Protesters) and Popular Science (Boston Tested Crowd-Watching Software That Catalogues People's Skin Color). His training is in both genetics and history and he likes the joke about being a helicase and unzipping your “genes.” He’s driven to know, and thinks you can handle, the truth. Follow him on Twitter @kennethlipp.

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