NewsWorks Tonight July 10, 2017 – Full Show


    Katie Colaneri reports the protest group Tuesdays with Toomey may not be changing their senator’s mind, but they may be helping out Pennsylvania’s other senator.  PlanPhilly’s Jake Blumgart reports Philadelphia is consolidating its planning, housing, and other development-related agencies.  State Impact Pennsylvania’s Jon Hurdle joins us to discuss last week’s accident that left some in Chester County without clean water.  Nancy Solomon of WNYC sits in as some West Orange, New Jersey residents try to bridge the political divide.  and Franklin Institute Chief Astronomer Derrick Pitts celebrates the anniversary of the first Rover ever put on Mars.

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