Newsworks Tonight , June 18, 2013 – Full Show


    Tom MacDonald reports on how City Council intends to fund the struggling Philadelphia School District and why the State legislature could impact its plan. Holly Otterbein has the story on Wawa’s protest against the cigarette tax in Harrisburg. Mary Wilson looks into why the State Ethics commission has removed the financial interest statements of public officials that had been posted online for the last five years. Dave Heller talks with Nic Esposito, founder of The Head & Hand Press in Kensington about their first book, “The Rust Belt Rising Almanac.” New York University Professor Johnathan Zimmerman joins Shai Ben-Yaacov to discuss the case of two children who died from their illnesses after their parents resorted to divine healing instead of medical care.

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