The Eggman is back. Angela Couloumbis at the Inquirer has the latest on the state health commissioner -- the guy who actually said "Do you know who I am?" over a H'burg egg order -- buying his staff official first-responder (?) windbreakers after getting his plans for a special health commissioner badge shot down by the governor's office:
[His spokeswoman] called the badge "a mock-up" based on Dr. Avila's Suffolk County badge but said he had since gotten rid of it at the insistence of Mr. Corbett's office.
Asked to elaborate, she said: "The administration decided against that form of identification, and the mock-up was disposed of."
Pennsylvania generally does not issue badges to employees who are not in law enforcement. Instead, the state's civilian workforce is issued ID cards that typically display a photo and a job title or department name.