NewsWorks Tonight July 9 2014 – Full Show


    Kevin McCorry reports school administrators are keeping up the pressure as Harrisburg continues to stall on a critical piece of their funding formula.  Tom MacDonald reports from City Hall, where members of Philadelphia’s Liberian community continue to protest what they see as slow response time by the Philadelphia Fire Department to a fire that killed four children this past weekend.  Keystone Crossroads’ Irina Zhorov reports on the slow pace of progress in Pennsylvania’s effort to create land banks.  NJ Spotlight’s Andrew Kitchenman joins us to discuss a bill that would provide greater access to off label prescription use to state employees.  And Scott Gurian brings us to Roxbury, New Jersey, where residents complain debris from Superstorm Sandy dumped in their town is making them ill.

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