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.

    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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