NewsWorks Tonight July 7, 2017 – Full Show


    Susan Phillips reports that a dozen Chester County families are without water this week due to construction of Sunoco’s controversial Mariner East 2 line.   Neil Oxman, co-founder of the Campaign Group, joins the show to talk about the use of voter data in election campaigns. Bobby Allyn reports that Bill Cosby’s lawyer will not return for the retrial. Thirty years after James Baldwin’s death, an event this weekend celebrates his life and work. Shirley Min reports that some middle schoolers in Wilmington, Delaware are learning the art of storytelling and they have a lot to say. Frank Newport, editor-in-chief at the Gallup Poll, joins the show to talk about Americans’ confidence in core institutions.

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