NewsWorks Tonight April 12, 2016 – Full Show


    Bobby Allyn reports Philadelphia could face legal challenges if it imposes a sugary drink tax.  Pennsylvania’s Auditor General releases a report slamming both public and charter school administrations in Philadelphia, says Kevin McCorry.  Laura Benshoff reports when it comes to witness identification, Pennsylvania has a patchwork of laws, and officials are trying to standardize the practice.  Dave Heller talks with Lynn Marks, who’s stepping down as Executive Director of Pennsylvanians for Modern Courts, a post she held for 25 years.  Elisabeth Perez-Luna brings us the scene from one of the most extravegant productions at this year’s Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts.  And Aaron Moselle reports Sixers scalpers are saying goodbye to a long and largely unprofitable year. 

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