NewsWorks Tonight September 23, 2014 – Full Show


    Dave Heller talks with The Scranton Times-Tribune reporter Joseph Kohut, who is covering the Eric Frein manhunt. Kevin McCorry gives insight on how the cigarette tax passing the Pennsylvania legislature will affect Philadelphia schools.  NewsWorks Tonight looks at how SEPTA’s decision not to run a controversial anti-Islamic advertisement raises questions about first amendment rights. Emma Jacobs visits one of the Pennsylvania shelters housing large numbers of Central American children who have crossed U.S. borders over the last year.  Chris Satullo and Jonathan Zimmerman, Professor of History at New York University, discuss the history of controversies around violence in football. 

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