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    NewsWorks Tonight June 6, 2017 – Full Show

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    Bobby Allyn joins us for an update from day 2 of Bill Cosby’s sexual assault trial.  As election day in New Jersey comes to an end, Ben Dworkin looks ahead to future politics in the Garden State.  Nichelle Polston reports Delaware Governor John Carney is pledging to implement recommendations to improve prison conditions in the First State.  Avi Wolfman-Arent reports on a report showing just how hard it is to provide high quality care at affordable rates.  Jim Saksa reports SEPTA is trying to reduce the number of deaths on SEPTA train tracks.  And Peter Crimmins reports a historic marker was unveiled today in Philadelphia, at 23rd and Girard, joutside the former home of the founder of the Dixie Hummingbirds, one of the most influential gospel groups of all time.

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