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Fight for Philly takes on Comcast, Philly school funding with bologna sandwiches

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    Photo: Kimberly Paynter/WHYY

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by Shannon McDonald for NewsWorks

There's no such thing as a free lunch -- unless you were outside the Comcast Center in Center City Philadelphia on Friday afternoon.

Fight for Philly handed out bologna sandwiches "to symbolize Comcast giving out baloney to Philadelphia citizens while taking their own free lunch in the form of tax breaks like a building abatement and loopholes like the Delaware loophole."

The sandwiches were part of a rally to demand fair funding for Philly schools and a shot at Comcast executive David Cohen.

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