New Jersey takes first steps toward health exchange, Pa. superintendents react to budget news

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    We’ve got a chance of snow later today, so stay tuned for the weather forecast from our partners at NBC10.

    Before that, we’ll hear from Pennsylvania school superintendents about their thoughts on Pennsylvania’s budget. Lizz Fiedler will be speaking with a few school officials from suburban Philadelphia.

    Tom MacDonald will look at plans to open a medical marijuana facility in Egg Harbor Township, N.J., while keeping an eye on the almost-deal to keep Philadelphia schools open after-hours for extracurriculars.
    Dave Davies will have more details on the goings-on at Philadelphia Media Network, which you’re likely to hear about on NewsWorks Tonight.

    Peter Crimmins has an interesting story at the Free Library of Philadelphia tonight, but he’s not too busy to finish a piece about the Princeton Orchestra.

    Taunya English will explore New Jersey’s first steps toward a health exchange, while also looking into Pennsylvania funding for CHIP.

    And Kevin McCorry is off to Independence Mall where the Tibetan Association of Philadelphia will hold a vigil in support of Tibetans who are being oppressed by China.

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