NewsWorks Tonight September 19, 2014 – Full Show

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    Dave Heller talks with Kevin McCorry about the continuing problems in The Philadelphia School District following the second week of classes.  Kyrie Greenberg asks corner stores in Philadelphia how they’re dealing with service fees attached to electronic food stamps, or Electronic Benefit Transfer cards.  Frank Newport, Editor-in-Chief at the Gallup Poll, sits down with Dave Heller to discuss new polls that show the public’s trust in the news media is at its lowest.  Peter Crimmins reports on how the new artistic director for The Pennsylvania Ballet is making changes to the company.  Elisabeth Perez-Luna reports on the Fringe Festival performance “100% Philadelphia,” an experiment in collective theater.

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