NewsWorks Tonight, November 11, 2014 – Full Show

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    Jessica McDonald reports on President Obama’s comments to internet providers like Comcast controlling how fast they deliver certain websites to customers, and the response from the cable giant.  Marie Cusick follows up on the anti-fracking activist who’s been banned from setting foot on any natural gas drilling sites.  WWNO’s Eve Troeh looks in to the company hired to help with the cleanup after Superstorm Sandy and its questionable track record.  Joe Nocito talks with Dave Heller to discuss the Warming Hearts Project that’s helping residents of a Bucks County homeless encampment find a place to go in the face of eviction.  Aaron Moselle profiles a Philadelphia veteran who is reentering society through the boxing world after returning from combat experience.  Peter Crimmins explains how two groups of historic preservationists banded together to successfully purchase land on the site of a Revolutionary War battlefield.

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