NewsWorks Tonight November 17, 2015 – Full Show


    Penn Law Professor Fernando Chang-Muy joins us to discuss the process of refugees settling in the US, and why statements by some governors that they won’t accept Syrian refugees don’t hold water.  Taunya English reports New Jersey is setting statewide rules on when medical centers must pay property taxes.  Joe Hernandez reports the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection is trying to streamline building permitting in a flood zone, but environmentalists are opposed to the move.  Kyrie Greenberg explains it’s tough to tell which Pennsylvania students have had their vaccination shots.  And Peter Crimmins reports on big changes at the Please Touch Museum.

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