Newsworks Tonight, May 10, 2013 – Full Show


    Holly Otterbein reports on Governor Christie’s veto of early voting in New Jersey.  Tom MacDonald and Shana O’Malley review two of the big storylines in the news this week: the Philadelphia School District’s budget shortfall, and Delaware’s approval of gay marriage respectively.  Artist Peter Quinn joins us to talk about his project–where he’s attempting to depict the nation’s 12,000 annual gun homicides in a vast expanse of chalk body outlines.  Gallup Poll Editor-in-Chief Frank Newport takes the public pulse on gay marriage.  And Elizabeth Fiedler reports on a new documentary following the lives of four Philadelphia teens growing up in a North Philly housing project.

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