NewsWorks Tonight April 5, 2016 – Full Show

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    Taunya English reports a fast-moving plan to restrict abortions in Pennsylvania cleared a first hurdle in the State House yesterday.  Joe Hernandez reports Atlantic City will most likely avert a government shutdown after all.  State Impact, Pennsylvania’s Marie Cusick reports President Obama’s Clean Power Plan is in legal limbo–leaving Pennsylvania’s plan in the same place.  Marielle Segarra concludes our look at a Philadelphia doctor who helped sound the alarm on lead poisoning.  Peter Crimmins reports the Philadelphia Museum of Art will display masterpieces from its collection in neighborhoods and towns throughout the region.  And Howard Shapiro talks with Blanka Zizka, winner of the $100,000 Vilcek Prize for immigrant artists.

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