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Bernie's Back for 2020; Joshua Wronski, Vermont Progressive Party; ICE Detainees in Suffolk Jail; Immigration Attorney Jeffrey Rubin; Lawmakers Looking at Beer Gardens; Bob Luz, Massachusetts Restaurant Association
A Billionaire's Attempt to Impeach Trump; Shannon Young, The Republican & MassLive.com; Tom Steyer, Political Activist; Crackdown on Daycare Workers; John Drew, CEO of Action for Boston Communities; Patriots win the Superbowl; Evan Lazar, CLNS Media
The City of Boston discussing Early Voting; Boston City Councilor Josh Zakim; Diversity in the State Police; State Representative Russell Holmes; State Representative Eric Lesser on Paying Workers to Live in Western Mass.
Friday January 25th, 2019
Government Re-Opens... At Least For Now; Roger Stone is Indicted; GOP Strategist Ryan Williams; Police Lay Offs in Methuen; Paul Fahey, Mayor James Jajuga's chief of staff; Patriots Super Bowl Preview with Eric Wilbur, Boston.com
Thursday January 24th, 2019
Day 34 of the Shutdown and No End in Sight; Congressman Jim McGovern and GOP Strategist Tom Rath; Is Bill Weld mulling a Run?; Turbine Trouble in Falmouth; David Abel, Boston Globe; Patriots Super Bowl Preview with Christopher Price, Boston Sports Journal
Aftermath of Boston Police finding Olivia Ambrose; William Evans, former Boston Police Commissioner on Community Policing; Governor Baker's Safety Bill; Shira Schoenberg, MassLive.com; Shutdown Day 32; Bob Kraft on Good Morning America discussing 25 Years as Patriots owner
The search for Olivia Ambrose; Investigative Reporter Michele McPhee & Security Expert Dan Linksey; The Supreme Court makes multiple rulings; Matthew Baum, Professor at Harvard University; Developers Pushing 'Uptown' in Boston; Tim Logan, Boston Globe
UPDATE at 3:22PM ET: The search for Olivia Ambrose appears to be over as Michele McPhee is reporting she has been found and a suspect is in custody.
The Presidents cancels delegations trip to Afghanistan; Political Strategist Pat Griffin; Recreational Marijuana Facility in Mattapan? Tito Jackson, CEO of Verdant Medical; Patriots Preview with Mike Petraglia
State workers cashing out on unused vacation and sick days; David Tuerck, Professor of Economics at Suffolk University; Lawmakers fighting Columbia Gas pay hike; Scott Ferson, Spokesperson for Columbia Gas; Netflix raises subscription fees
The Governor to file 'Dangerousness' bill; Stephanie Murray, Politico; Massachusetts Lawmakers aiming to help the Coast Guard members during the shutdown; Representative Patrick Kearney; Gillette in hot water over latest ad; Professor Kristin Lieb of Emerson College
The longest shutdown in US history; Doug Rubin, Northwind Strategies; Shutdown's Impact on Food Banks with Catherine Drennan from the Greater Boston Food Bank; Bullying in today's schools; Alexi Cohan, Boston Herald and Dr. Meghan K. McCoy of the Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center at Bridgewater State University
Day 21 of the shutdown; Congressman Jim McGovern; Mark Arsenault of the Boston Globe gives an update on the Wynn Everett Casino; Bruce Mohl of Commonwealth Magazine details the Mass Pike Overhaul; Danny Picard of PodcastOne gives a Patriots Preview.
Shutdown Day 20; Ryan Williams, Republican strategist; Joe Aiello on the MBTA spending $8 Billion in 5 Years; A group of attorney's believe the marathon bomber should be granted a new trial; Michael Meltsner, Northeastern University School of Law
Congresswoman Katherine Clark; Impact of the Shutdown on Air Traffic Controllers; Film Tax Credits in Massachusetts with State Senator Jamie Eldridge; Laura Poisson on Age Discrimination in the Workplace
Well... Let's give it a go. Boston Now, the new daily podcast from Kim Carrigan, will give you the latest news in and around the city of Boston. Launching January 7. Subscribe, Rate, Review, right now!