Heads up, Pennsylvania voters. William Bender reports:
The labor union representing Philadelphia police officers is working with a Republican state representative to introduce legislation that would grant anonymity to most cops involved in on-duty shootings.
John McNesby, president of the city’s Fraternal Order of Police, is expected to join state Rep. Martina White tomorrow to outline a bill to prevent the release of officers’ names and identifying information – except in cases where they are charged with a crime as a result of the shooting.
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