NewsWorks Tonight September 15, 2016 – Full Show

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    Phil Gregory reports Governor Chris Christie wants to reopen the Abbott school funding case. Avi Wolfman-Arent heads back to school, where Comcast is trying to use streaming television to turn college students into future subscribers. Taunya English brings the story of a Paralympic athlete in Rio. Peter Crimmins reports on a photography documentary focusing on four blocks in Philadelphia. Dave Heller speaks with Clinical psychologist Scott Haas and Ajay Raju, chair and CEO of Dilworth Paxon law firm in Philadelphia, about Indian immigration to the United States. Howard Shapiro brings a review of Exile 2588, a Philadelphia Fringe play that combines elements of sci-fi, Greek theater, folk music, and acrobatics. 

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