NewsWorks Tonight August 14, 2014 – Full Show


    Holly Otterbein reports on Philadelphia’s bid to host the Democratic National Convention, and how taxpayer money may be the deciding factor. Emma Jacobs looks into a new report that follows the money from Delaware’s gambling industry and state lawmakers. WNYC’s Matt Katz tries to get an interview with New Jersey’s Lieutenant Governor, Kim Guadagno. Elizabeth Fiedler brings the story of a mother fighting to keep swimmers out of Philadelphia’s hazardous creeks. Solomon Jones gives his opinion on the ramifications of minorities outnumbering whites in public schools. In this week’s edition of Recap, we follow the workweek of Michael Vogel, Founder and President of Philadelphia Woodworks.

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