Teens find peer support online, Camden business owners prepare for curfew

    Good morning, Feeders!

    Lizz Fiedler is headed to Camden today. That’s where many business owners are trying to fight the curfew the city is about to impose. She’ll have the details on what it’s like to own a business in Camden and how owners plan to fight the ordinance that will limit their hours.
    Emma Jacobs is looking into a list of Pennsylvania voters who may or may not have the proper ID and how it’s making the voter ID issue even more confusing.

    Peter Crimmins will talk to an artist known for a publicly displayed work and his upcoming exhibit at an out-of-town museum.

    And on NewsWorks Tonight, Maiken Scott has the details on how teenagers are using online social networks to seek and provide peer support.

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