NewsWorks Tonight September 22, 2017 – Full Show

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    Dave Davies reports public comments on whether to move a statue of former Philadelphia mayor Frank Rizzo were plentiful and colorful.  NewsWorks Tonight Host Dave Heller speaks with Pennsylvania State Representative John Taylor, Philadelphia’s longest serving Republican lawmaker, who will retire after this, his 17th term in office.  Matt Laslo reports the historic flooding in Houston after Hurricane Harvey swept through has revived a debate in Washington over the nation’s flood insurance program.  NewsWorks Tonight Host Dave Heller talks about American attitudes toward the media with Frank Newport, Editor-in-Chief at the Gallup Poll.  Elana Gordon reports Philadelphia is now arming those leaving county jail with the overdose reversing drug nalaxone.  And Peter Crimmins reports people from around the region are flocking to South Jersey to catch a glimpse of a rare bird.

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