NewsWorks Tonight March 14, 2014 – Full Show


    Emma Jacobs reports on the prospects for a SEPTA strike in the near future.  Elana Gordon talks about why “young invincibles” are having trouble getting subsidies through the Affordable Care Act.  Gallup Poll Editor-in-Chief talks about American attitudes toward Obamacare–and takes a state-by-state look at smoking.  Marie Cusick reports on preliminary approval for a proposed plant that would turn natural gas into liquid motor fuel in Berks County.  Peter Crimmins reports on the likely demise of Philadelphia’s historic Boyd Theater.  And Dave Heller talks with Rutgers-Camden Assistant Professor of English Aaron Hostetter about the origins of the traditional St. Patrick’s Day meal: corned beef and cabbage.

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