NWT Full Show, April 12, 2012


    Dave Davies brings us the latest news on Philadelphia Developer Bart Blatstein’s announcement that he plans to build a casino complex on North Broad Street that will include a hotel in the soon-to-be former home of the Inquirer and Daily News.  Tom MacDonald reports from Philadelphia City Council, where members heard testimony on the city’s plan to ban outdoor food distribution for the homeless.  Carolyn Beeler previews tomorrow’s bioethics conference, where attendees will discuss whether donors should be paid for their organs.  Phil Gregory is following the threat of an early season drought in New Jersey.  Mark Eichmann traces efforts to save the Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge in Delaware.  And Elizabeth Fiedler talks to Kensington neighbors as they race to take down as many “bandit signs” as they can.

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