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Man Stuck Under Marble Slates; Extension For PA To Comply With Real ID; Women's Rights March
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 01/19/17 6:03 pm | updated: 01/19/17 6:03 pm
Gloucester County Police are now investigating after a man was found under marble slates. The incident took place on the unit block of Enterprise Court in Washington Township. Authorities arrived on the scene to find the man trapped under a couple of slabs of marble. After crews arrived they were able to get the man out and taken to a local hospital. Authorities have not yet released the man's condition.

Federal Authorities have now granted Pennsylvania 4 more months to comply with the Real ID Act. The law helps identify legal U.S. residents by their state issued licenses, to be valid for federal purposes. The extension means that for now PA licenses will be sufficient to use as proof of identity to enter federal facilities. Also after January 22nd, 2018, if Pennsylvania does not comply with the Real ID Act, PA travelers will have to use a different form of identification to board any flight, domestic or international. Pennsylvania's new deadline is on June 5th.

A March for Women's rights was held today in Philadelphia just one day before the inauguration of President-Elect Donald Trump. The march started this morning at 11:30 am on Thursday at City Hall and led through Center City and down the Benjamin Franklin Parkway and ended with a rally at Eakins Oval. The organizer of the March was a junior at the Friends Select School in Center City. The group marched in support of equal pay and the passing of the Equal Rights Amendment. On Saturday, after Trumps inauguration, the Women's March on Washington is being held.


Drexel plays Elon tonight at 7.


Tonight, Partly Cloudy skies and a low of 34 degrees in Center City.

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