Greater Boston; Ballot Question 1 / MA Senate Race / Boston Symphony Orchestra
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- Greater Boston
- Ballot Question 1 / MA Senate Race / Boston Symphony Orchestra
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HUB CITY AT ITS BEST. A LOOK AT EVERYTHING AND EVERYBODY INTERESTING IN BOSTON. HOSTED BY EMILY ROONEY. Series release date: 1/1997
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Ballot Question 1 Some analysts predict that if Massachusetts voters ultimately support Question 1 in November, and elect to abolish the state income tax, lawmakers will either vote to over-ride it or they will vote to delay it. Guests: David Tuerck, Exec. dir., The Beacon Hill Institute; Jim Stergios, Exec. dir., Pioneer Institute
MA Senate Race Jeff Beatty is Sen. John Kerry's Republican challenger in the US Senate race. Beatty is a former CIA agent and a counterterrorism consultant who has challenged Kerry's Senate vote supporting the use of force in Iraq. Guests: Jeff Beatty, (R) Candidate for US Senate
Boston Symphony Orchestra Mark Volpe, managing director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, discusses the orchestra's financial challenges amid the financial crisis. Guests: Mark Volpe, Managing dir., Boston Symphony Orchestra
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