NewsWorks Tonight, November 3, 2017

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Following controversy, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney announces plans to move the city’s statue of Frank Rizzo. Keystone Crossroads’ Kevin McCorry reports on how layoffs in Pennsylvania’s school systems are about to change. StateImpact Pennsylvania’s Marie Cusick heads to Jessep, Pennsylvania, where a new natural gas plant has the town split. Frank Newport, editor-in-chief at the Gallup Poll, joins the show to discuss public attitudes on harassment in the workplace. Peter Crimmins brings the story of a new piece of choral music about gun violence. Filmmaker Mark Webber and his mother, activist Cheri Honkala, discuss their new film, “Flesh and Blood.”

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