NewsWorks Tonight, September 12, 2018

Listen 21:10

Negotiations are continuing to keep Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney from vetoing a bill to impose a 1 percent tax on construction. The United Nations provides a ray of hope for a Princeton graduate imprisoned for espionage in Iran. The money not going into local congressional races is just as important as the money that is. An unconventional candidate wins a Delaware primary. Howard Shapiro offers a review of his favorite Fringe Festival play. Performers from Juniper Productions take us into a scene from “Delivery,” one of their new “Cocktail Plays.”

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