NewsWorks Tonight July 26, 2013 – Full Show

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    Elizabeth Fiedler brings us a report from the annual convention of the National Urban League, which today hosted Sybrina Fulton, the mother of slain teen Trayvon Martin.  Holly Otterbein checks in from today’s School Reform Commission meeting, where the Philadelphia School District revealed it has found money to hire back some of the teachers and support staff that were laid off this year.  Gallup Poll Editor-in-Chief Frank Newport brings us the latest in American attitudes.  Elana Gordon attends the groundbreaking of Chester’s first for-profit supermarket in two decades.  Taunya English visits the homes of asthmatic children along with workers from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, who were offering tips on how families can make homes more hospitable to asthmatics.  And Peter Crimmins reports on the discovery of an African-American burial ground under a Philadelphia playground.

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