Newsworks Tonight, July 5, 2013 – Full Show

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    On this edition of NewsWorks Tonight, guest host Dave Davies and veteran City Hall reporter Tom MacDonald discuss efforts to find more money for Philadelphia’s struggling schools, which are facing major cuts — we’ll take stock of what options remain. They also examine the state of the Jersey shore economy, and whether visitors are coming back at pre-Sandy levels.

    Emma Jacobs reports on plans to make the city of Princeton a “sanctuary city,” where police officers don’t enforce federal immigration laws.

    In this week’s edition of “What Are We Thinking?” Gallup Poll’s Frank Newport talks about how Americans really feel about the their country on this July 4th weekend.

    Zack Seward investigates Delaware’s recent contributions to space exploration.

    Finally, Howard Shapiro visits the Bucks County Playhouse to see how the theater is staging its comeback after bankruptcy.

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