Newsworks Tonight, February 26, 2015 – Full Show


    Bill Hangley reports on how the FCC’s ruling in favor of net neutrality will affect Comcast. Elana Gordon explains a new reporting project started by the pulse: a website that brings transparency to healthcare price checking with the help of crowdsourcing. Brian Hickey, editor of NinetyNine, our blog on this year’s city elections, sits down with Mayor Michael Nutter, who remembers the moment that led him to consider running for office. John Abbott reports on a radio telescope in New Jersey that’s getting a new lease on life. Joe Hernandez looks into a group of former homeless encampment residents who face homelessness once again, this time without a tent community. Beth Olanoff profiles social worker, educator and social justice activist Dorothy Height.

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