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- Vandals targeted the home of Hahnemann Hospital owner Joel Freedman. - Freedman has faced criticism from many, including Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, after negotiations between him and Philadelphia to reopen Hahnemann for COVID-19 patients fell through. - Philly leaders accused Freedman of charging too much and being "difficult to work with" during negotiations. The owner of Philadelphia's shuttered Hahnemann Hospital is facing backlash from vandals as well as presidential candidate Bernie Sanders after talks with the city to reopen the building for COVID-19 patients fell through. The nearly 500-bed hospital, located on North Broad and Vine streets, closed last year... Full story

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