NewsWorks Tonight, May 1, 2018

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A Philadelphia court hosts a courtroom to help the city clear out a backlog of bench warrants.  A Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia study says most longtime residents don’t leave when their neighborhood gentrifies, thanks to tax relief programs.   We look at racial disparities in the disenrollment practices in school districts in the Pennsylvania suburbs. We talk with State Senator Scott Wagner, Republican candidate for Pennsylvania governor.  The Library Company of Philadelphia opens an exhibit of America’s first coffee table book, dating back to the early 19th century.

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