NewsWorks Tonight, July 13, 2017 – Full Show

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    Philadelphia and the Salvation Army are holding a neighborhood cleanup in Fairhill, near the Conrail drug encampment site.  A report from The Union of Concerned Scientists anticipates flooding threats to coastal cities, including many in New Jersey and Delaware. We compare Philadelphia’s budgeting process to that of Pennsylvania; it’s in better shape of its oversight board, PICA. For our Voting Block-NJ series, Paulsboro neighbors meet over dinner to discuss the governor’s race and other political issues.  From the Next Gen Radio project, we meet a surgical technician who also drives for Uber.  

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