NewsWorks Tonight December 23, 2015 – Full Show

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    Non-profits that have weathered the six month long budget impasse in Pennsylvania try to make sure they’re never in that situation again.  Philadelphia is projected to notch its third straight year with under 300 murders.  We get a neighborhood view of business in Philadelphia from Alex Balloon, Director of the Tacony Community Development Corporation.  Philadelphia could be poised to take in “climate refugees” if projected flooding over the next centuries pans out.  Howard Shapiro reviews a new Pigiron Theater production of “Gentlemen Volunteers.”  And we visit Milton, Delaware–formerly the holly capital of the country.

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