NewsWorks Tonight September 17th, 2015 – Full Show


    Tom MacDonald reports a judge has awarded $3.9 million dollars to a woman whose mother died after getting an abortion at former doctor Kermit Gosnell’s West Philadelphia clinic. Katie Colaneri attends events held by both sides of the climate change debate in advance of Pope Francis’ visit to Philadelphia. Aaron Moselle and Jeanette Woods meet unlicensed street vendors who will be trying to sell their goods while the pope is in town. StateImpact Pennsylvania’s Reid Frazier looks at what the coal-fired power industry has to do to comply with the EPA’s new clean air regulations. Shirley Min has the story of Delaware parishioners who will sing in the papal choir. We hear from Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, who spoke in Philadelphia today in celebration of National Constitution Day. 

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