NewsWorks Tonight, January 6, 2016 – Full Show

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    Aaron Moselle looks at the re-appointment of Anthony Clark as chairman of the Philadelphia City Commisioners, despite his dismal voting record. Bobby Allyn reports on the Ft. Dix Terror Plot, a centerpiece of New Jersey Governor Christie’s presidential campaign, as it currently goes through appeal. Shai Ben-Yaacov talks with Patrick Murrary of the Monmouth University Polling Institute about how Christie’s absence due to campaigning for the presidency has impacted his approval rating back home. Tom MacDonald hears what changes the Mummers Parade might see after this year’s event was tainted with racist and homophobic antics. Keystone Crossroads’ Emily Previti examines how one Pennsylvania country cut recidivism rates and expenses. On Story Corner, Jacob Winterstein retraces the route his grandfather took as a refugee from the Nazis.

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