NewsWorks Tonight May 25, 2016 – Full Show


    Dave Davies gives an update on the Chaka Fattah corruption trial. Tom MacDonald reports on Philadelphia City Council’s hearing on a container tax. Avi Wolfman Arrent looks into Mayor Jim Kenney’s clarification of his support for universal pre-k. Differing opinions are given by Newsworks blogger Solomon Jones and executive director of PennCAN Jonathan Cetel on the use of seniority in laying off teachers. Maud Lyon, president of the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance, joins host Dave Heller to make sense of the arts and culture sector after the recession. Keystone Crossroads’ Marielle Segarra brings the story of a group of community gardeners who are at odds with the Philadelphia Housing Authority.

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