NewsWorks Tonight, July 20, 2017 – Full Show

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    Dave Davies joins us live to discuss the new pick for interim Philadelphia District Attorney.  Bobby Allyn reports on what police are doing about an uptick in violence in Philadelphia.  Laura Benshoff reports on a possible increase in certain temporary work visas.  Dave Heller talks with Matt Arco of NJ.com about Kim Guadagno’s flagging support within her own party.  Peter Crimmins has the latest on a lawsuit surrounding the demolition of a historic house in Bellmawr, New Jersey.  And Samuel Lemon joins us to discuss his book “The Case that Shocked the Country: The Unquiet Deaths of Vida Robare and Alexander McClay Williams–the Youngest Person in Pennsylvania to Die in the Electric Chair–for a Crime he did not Commit.”

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