NewsWorks Tonight July 20, 2015 – Full Show

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    Dave Davies reports on the 19 year sentence for Ironworkers’ union boss Joe Dougherty on charges relating to incidents in which non-union job sites were destroyed.  Aaron Moselle tracks the millions used for the city’s one-time signature anti-blight initiative known as NTI.  Franklin Institute Chief Astronomer Derrick Pitts looks back at the 46 years since the moon landing.  Bobby Allyn reports popular demand for one-day SEPTA passes crashed the website to sell the fares–valid during the pope’s visit in September.  And Chris Satullo argues religion, like the recently demoted planet Pluto, can be a bit misunderstood.

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