NewsWorks Tonight July 14, 2014 – Full Show

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    Tom MacDonald talks with casino workers at Trump Plaza in Atlantic City who’ve just been handed their pink slips after the casino announced plans to close in September.  We get some perspective on the likely fortunes for Atlantic City from Joe Weinert, Executive Vice President of Spectrum Gaming Group.  Emma Jacobs reports Philadelphia is just one of a growing number of cities declining to work with Immigration and Customs Enforcement on detaining undocumented immigrants.  Franklin Institute Chief Astronomer Derrick Pitts joins us to pay homage to America’s first astronauts.  And Chris Satullo welcomes King James back to his hometown with open arms.

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