NewsWorks Tonight July 11, 2017 – Full Show


    Bobby Allyn reports Larry Krasner, who’s likely to be Philadelphia’s next District Attorney, is now taking steps to deal with potential conflicts of interest that may come up if he’s elected and prosecutors file a case against one of his former clients.  Tom MacDonald reports Philadelphia is starting a new push to improve the health of impoverished children.  Juan Martinez, Director of Strategic Initiatives in the New York City Department of Transportation, joins us to discuss what his city has learned from using speed enforcement cameras, similar to ones used in Philadelphia.  Anne Hoffman reports doctors are starting to prescribe fewer addictive painkillers to women undergoing c-sections.  PennLive’s John Micek joins us to discuss Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf’s political fortunes now that the state has missed three straight budget deadlines on his watch.  Ang Santos reports on the 50th Anniversary of riots that killed 26 people in Newark New Jersey, now called the “Newark Rebellion.”  And Phil Gregory reports on a proposed law that would force residents to post their number addresses on their homes.

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