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    New citizens register to vote, Philly prepares for new zoning code

    Good morning, Feeders!

    Some potential good news this Friday. Taunya English is working on a story about Valley View home for the deaf. Can the financially troubled facility be spared?
    Lizz Fiedler is working on a story for Monday about Philadelphia’s new zoning code, what it means for Philadelphians and whether they have any idea at all that there’s a new code.

    Peter Crimmins is catching up with local restauranteurs about to make a big move in New York City, and Kevin McCorry will have the story on New Jersey’s budget shortfall.

    Elisabeth Perez-Luna has a story on the way about new U.S. citizens taking advantage of their right to vote.

    And on NewsWorks Tonight, we’ll hear from Ben Herold about his story on cheating in Philadelphia schools and the new evidence that suggests the problem is worse than previously thought.

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