How will the new zoning code impact the elderly and which Republican challenger will be Casey’s toughest opponent?

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    Philadelphia’s new zoning code faces a final City Council vote tomorrow. There are a lot of reforms in the works, but Carolyn Beeler will focus on one: making the city aging-friendly. From walkability to housing to daycares, Carolyn will have details on the code provisions that aim to improve the elderly experience in the city.

    Tom MacDonald’s got a SEPTA story in the works, and he’ll also have more details for us on legislation about how Muslim law applies in U.S. courts


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    Emma Jacobs has more information on Revel Casino’s plan to hire workers with term limits, and she’ll be climbing scaffolding today for a story we’ll learn more about later this week.

    On NewsWorks Tonight, Scott Detrow will talk shale and Dave Davies will break down the list of Republican challengers to Sen. Bob Casey.

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