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A Philadelphia city department paying to place its own articles in the media is defending the practice, while a mayoral candidate is calling for the department head's resignation.
As first reported by Philadelphia Magazine, the city's Department of Licenses & Inspections paid philly.com $15,000 to run three "advertorials," which resemble news stories but are labeled as ads.
Republican mayoral candidate Melissa Murray Bailey Q&A: ‘I really want people in this city to believe that it can be better’
For Immediate Release
Republican Candidate for Philadelphia's Register of Wills
July 22, 2015
One day after I mentioned that I hadn't heard a response to the Right to Know request I sent to Ronald Donatucci's room 180 in City Hall, I get in today's mail a letter from the Philadelphia Register of Wills office denying the information I asked for on behalf of the taxpayers of this great city.
What is Ronald Donatucci hiding? What is so secretive going on within the current Register of Wills that the public cannot have access?
Statement from Melissa Murray Bailey WRT L&I
L&I's purchase of propaganda articles on Philly.com to improve their image is just another example of
Philadelphia wasting our hard earned tax dollars. While the everyday actions of L&I have resulted in multiple
building collapses, unlicensed inspectors inspecting our homes and political vendettas against beer gardens,
the Commissioner tries to sell the city's citizens on the improvement of the department with words instead of
Statement from Adam Lang for State Representative on NEWSWORKS decision to provide propaganda for his opponent less than a month out from Special Election:
First, I am a bit surprised that Newsworks front loaded their article with the candidate I am running against in the local Special Election. Being that they are talking about the positives of NTI, I would think they could have found a resident that wasn't currently in an election.
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