Greater Boston; Mandatory Sentencing / Jarrett Barrios / Tweeting CEOs
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- Greater Boston
- Mandatory Sentencing / Jarrett Barrios / Tweeting CEOs
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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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Mandatory Sentencing More than 20 years ago, mandatory minimum sentencing reforms for drug offenders were enacted in Massachusetts. Now, the Mass. Bar Association wants to eliminate mandatory minimums saying they are not effective. Guests: Andrea Cabral, Suffolk County Sheriff; Judge Gordon Martin, Retired Judge; Bernice Williams, Mother of Bonnie DiToro
Jarrett Barrios Former lawmaker Jarrett Barrios announced yesterday that he will become president of the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, a national advocacy organization. Guests: Jarrett Barrios , President, Blue Cross Blue Shield Foundation
Tweeting CEOs Twittering among CEOs is on the rise and Beth Israel CEO Paul Levy and Mullen CEO Edward Boches will join us to discuss why they tweet. Guests: Paul Levy, CEO, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center; Edward Boches, Chief Creative Officer, Mullen
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