NewsWorks Tonight, July 8, 2014 – Full Show

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    Tom MacDonald reports on Philadelphia officials’ response to criticisms of its handling of a fatal fire over the weekend. Phil Gregory reports that a Federal judge has rejected New Jersey’s request for an injunction to block seismic testing along the shore. Elana Gordon looks at an analysis that shows the cure rates for Hepatitis C are extremely low. Peter Crimmins visits the Delaware Bay town of Fortescue, New Jersey, which is still struggling to recover from Superstorm Sandy. Dave Heller talks with Zack Stalberg, who is retiring after ten years at the head of the government watchdog group Committee of Seventy. Keystone Crossroads’ Emily Previti follows some Pennsylvania companies offering house buying aid to employees. 

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