NewsWorks Tonight, July 21, 2017 – Full Show


    Attorney General Jeff Sessions was at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Old City section of Philadelphia earlier today where he addressed an audience of law enforcement officials. Katie Colaneri gives the details.  Sozi Tulante, Philadelphia’s City Solicitor, and Miriam Enriquez, head of Immigrant Affairs for the City of Philadelphia, join the show to talk about the speech. Dave Davies reports that the city’s pension board has some bad financial news for Former District Attorney Seth Williams. Cris Barrish reports that Delaware Governor John Carney has vetoed a bill that would force an award-winning charter school to expand its preference zone beyond five miles but allow it to exclude students from a poor, black section of Wilmington. Mark Eichmann reports that major upgrades are underway for Delaware Memorial Bridge. John McCain says he’s grateful for the outpouring of support following his brain cancer diagnosis. Frank Newport, editor-in-chief at the Gallup Poll, sits down with NewsWorks Tonight’s Dave Heller to gauge public attitudes about the Arizona senator.

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