NewsWorks Tonight March 3, 2017 – Full Show

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    Matt Laslo talks to lawmakers in Washington about what can be done about recent threats and vandalism at Jewish sites.  Katie Colaneri reports Philadelphia’s Department of Human Services will no longer charge parents for child support if their children are sent to jail.  Peter Crimmins reports New Jersey’s Department of Transportation demolished a house in Bellmawr dating back to the Revolutionary War to make way for widening I-295.  Gallup Poll Editor-in-Chief Frank Newport tells us about the best places in America to find a job.  Howard Shapiro reviews Matchmaker, playing at People’s Light and Theater in Malvern.  And Reid Frazier reports a Pittsburgh T-shirt company has been flooded with orders for designs opposing Donald Trump’s policies.

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