NewsWorks Tonight, June 4, 2015 – Full Show


    State Impact’s Susan Philips looks into the EPA’s long awaited report on fracking. Tom MacDonald explores the back and forth on City Council funding for schools. University of Southern California’s Viterbi School of Engineering professor Bashkar Krisnamachari joins Dave Heller to discuss why it’s so hard to pinpoint a time when a cell phone is in use. Laura Benshoff looks into whether testing opt-outs have an effect on federal and state funding for schools. Bobby Allyn speaks with community members on their feelings about one of Philadelphia’s oldest papers laying off and then outsourcing its editorial staff. And finally, Kimberly Haas fills us in on a new, and skateable, public art project in Philadelphia.


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