NewsWorks Tonight November 29, 2012 – Full Show

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    Isaiah Thompson explains the Philadelphia District Attorney’s office’s multi-million dollar “civil asset forfeiture” process. Dave Heller talks with the head of a local toy manufacturer who will be visited tomorrow by President Obama.  Benjamin Herold tells about the Chester Upland School District’s fight to avoid another state takeover.  Elizabeth Fiedler meets families committed to staying in Camden.  Taunya English reports on a local nutrition program that aims to use diet to cut the cost of caring for AIDS patients.

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