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THURSDAY 9/28 | An ex-cop facing murder charges gets an interesting defense from his lawyer, while two unrelated Philly police are fired for illegally detaining a man and falsifying paperwork. A Temple professor criticizes Philly’s support of homeless congress students, and UPenn brings changes to its housing policy. Join hosts Taylor Allen and Amarynth Ruch for a discussion about all that and more on The District.

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  • 00:43 – Defense lawyer for ex-cop charged with murder says Philly DA Krasner driven by “unforeseen agenda”
  • 04:36 – Two Philly cops fired for illegally stopping & cuffing man, falsifying paperwork
  • 12:08 – Temple professor speaks out about Philly’s aid for homeless college students
  • 20:04 – Penn to require students to live on campus through sophomore year
  • 27:31 – Philly’s new payroll system to give workers a pay bump, with a catch
  • 36:13 – City council passes bill that clears the way for municipal IDs