NewsWorks Tonight November 18, 2016 – Full Show

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    Jim Saksa previews tonight’s transit workers vote on a new contract with SEPTA.  Tom MacDonald reports Philadelphia is preparing for a new soda tax to take effect next year.  Anne Hoffman reports on how schools are deailing with hate speech.  York Council President Michael Helfrich joins us to discuss recent incidents of racism in and around his city.  Aaron Moselle talks to ex-offenders who may benefit from a new law that allows them to seal their records from potential employers.  And Gallup Poll Editor-in-Chief Frank Newport takes yet another look at the ever-widening political divide in America.

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