NewsWorks Tonight January 26, 2018Listen 22:00
Jewish advocacy group are bringing awareness to the plight of holocaust survivors in the region. Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf says he’s OK with courts intervening in school funding. Amanda Agan, Assistant Professor of Economics at Rutgers University explains findings that show a higher minimum wage may have an effect on criminal recidivism. Hearings begin on a fracking ban in the Delaware River Basin. Frank Newport, editor-in-chief at the Gallup Poll, looks at Trump’s popularity with the American public. Scientists may have found a way to combat white-nose syndrome in bats.
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