Protest against end of Pa. unemployment benefit, N.J. told to refund Medicaid payments

    Good morning, Feeders!

    We’ve got a short week ahead of us, but plenty of news on the way.

    We’ll start today with Tom MacDonald’s report from a press conference about ex-offenders in Philadelphia.

    Lizz Fiedler and Holly Otterbein will finish up work on their North Broad Street features.

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    We’ll also hear from Holly about school district credit swaps in Pennsylvania and from Lizz about a very unconventional Black Friday event.

    Peter Crimmins will file his story on the Uptown Theater. Later this week, he’ll give us a glimpse at the finished Germantown Avenue mural project in Fairhill.

    Carolyn Beeler will get us the details on why the feds want New Jersey to refund $50 million in Medicaid payments while Emma Jacobs attends an unemployment protest.

    And tune into NewsWorks Tomorrow for an entire 30-minute show on North Broad Street. You can listen online or on WHYY-FM, 90.9, at 6 p.m.

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