NewsWorks Tonight May 24, 2017 – Full Show

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    The Trump administration has proposed large cuts to programs to help the poor, Katie Colaneri reports on why Congress is not likely to go along with that. Dave Heller sits down with SEPTA General Manager Jeffrey Kneuppel to discuss the upcoming change in how weekly and monthly passengers will pay fares. Peter Crimmins visited the new mathematics exhibit at the Franklin Institute. Dave Heller chats with New Jersey gubernatorial candidate, State Senator Ray Lesniak. Finally, we have another excerpt from the Loving Podcast, discussing the challenges 50 years after the Loving v. Virginia case that legalized interracial marriage

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