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October 17, 2014

On this episode of 4802, host Chris Moore and our panel will discuss topics including the ongoing situation with and fears about Ebola, gun violence in the city, and more reports of sexually explicit emails being received by a Supreme Court justice in Harrisburg. They’ll also discuss the upcoming election, the August Wilson Center and the development of the downtown area.


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On this episode of 4802, host Chris Moore and our panel will discuss topics including the ongoing situation with and fears about Ebola, gun violence in the city, and more reports of sexually explicit emails being received by a Supreme Court justice in Harrisburg. They’ll also discuss the upcoming election, the August Wilson Center and the development of the downtown area.


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