NewsWorks Tonight, June 10, 2014 – Full Show

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    We get an update on the tense negotiations between SEPTA and regional rail workers. Jessica McDonald reports on findings that reveal the number of children who have been through foster care or juvenile detention in Philadelphia’s public schools, Host Dave Heller speaks with Jeff Bell, the Republican nominee to take on New Jersey U.S. Senator Cory Booker, about his views on social issues, immigration, and putting American currency back on the gold standard. Peter Crimmins reports on the legacy left in Philadelphia by American Primitive guitarist John Fahey. Newsworks blogger Solomon Jones offers his response to the recent Seattle shootings.

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