NWT Full Show, June 13, 2011

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    Elizabeth Fiedler reports on Philadelphia’s long-awaited master plan for development along the Delaware River. Susan Phillips takes a look at a new federal ruling about whether schools can police what their students say online. Tom MacDonald has the latest from Philadelphia City Council: a proposed bill that would create new rental regulations for apartments containing lead paint. Blogger Chris Wink of Technically Philly tells us about the new web database called Open Data Philly. Peter Crimmons reports about a flap in Philadelphia’s Latino community about rebranding the Puerto Rican Parade as part of the Hispanic Heritage Festival. Carolyn Beeler catches up with an expert about how to recycle your old electronics. And Derrick Pitts from the Franklin Institute joins us for Sky Talk.

     

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