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    NewsWorks Tonight May 2, 2016 – Full Show

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    Joe Hernandez reports today was another close call for Atlantic City, which is now living paycheck to paycheck.  Maiken Scott reports new guidelines suggest therapy, not pills, should be the first approach for people suffering from insomnia.  Guest Host Brad Linder speaks with Kevin Walsh, Professor of Law at the University of Richmond, and a former clerk for the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.  Bobby Allyn reports those who text drivers could be in legal trouble according to a new Pennsylvania ruling.  Anne Hoffman reports the “Dear Penn Freshman” project aims to foster a supportive campus culture.  Franklin Institute Chief Astronomer Derrick Pitts talks about a mid-season milestone.  And Tom MacDonald reports Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney was a bit starstruck at this weekend’s White House Correspondents Dinner.

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