Nutter addresses Chamber of Commerce, Camden re-evaluates homeless services

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    Stay tuned this week for coverage of Cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua’s viewing and funeral. Until then, here are some of the daily stories we’re working on:

    Tom MacDonald will attend Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter’s address to the Chamber of Commerce. We’ll find out just what the city’s business climate it looking like these days.
    Tom will also have an update for us on the latest tension between the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Philadelphia Housing Authority.

    Lizz Fiedler will have a story for us from Camden. The city is re-evaluating its homeless services to make sure people are getting what they need, and also to keep the homeless population in check.

    Peter Crimmins is working on a few stories for us today, but tonight he’s heading to the library where things will be anything but quiet.

    Carolyn Beeler is checking in with local legislators following the reading of letters in Catholic parishes this weekend encouraging parishoners to oppose health care law changes that would require employers to provide birth control and other contraceptive health services in their insurance plans.

    On NewsWorks Tonight, we’ll hear from Ben Herold of the Public School Notebook about what life looks like for Philadelphia public school drop-outs.

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