Philadelphia officials have agreed to pay a combined $250,000 to two people who say they were retaliated against after recording city police officers. The settlement follows a federal appeals court decision this summer affirming that citizens have a First Amendment right to record on-duty police officers. The court’s ruling joins five other federal appeals courts upholding that right.

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