NewsWorks Tonight, September 25, 2014 Full Show

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    It’s been a year since a building collapse took the lives of six Philadelphians, today a panel of experts released their recommendations on overhauling the city’s licensing division.  Tom McDonald reports on these and alternative proposals.

    Carolyn Beeler examines the new cigarette tax imposed in Philadelphia – who will be paying more for smokes, who will be quitting, and who will be willing to travel out of the city to save two dollars a pack.

    One of Twitter’s co-founders is now running a company that processes credit and debit card transactions for small businesses.  Amy Quinn reports on Square’s new model for business loans to help upstart companies.

    John Pritchard, Pastor of Calvery United Methodist Church in West Philadelphia discusses the next Community Contemplative Space taking place in October.

    Peter Crimmins visits the National Liberty Museum to check out recent renovations.

    Phillies Vice President Larry Shenk visits with Dave Heller to talk about his experiences and observations from the front office to the locker room in his new book “If These Walls Could Talk: Stories from the Philadelphia Phillies Dugout, Locker Room, and Press Box.”

     

     

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