Greater Boston; Melissa's Bill Defeated / Jack E. Robinson / 100 Heartbeats
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- Greater Boston
- Melissa's Bill Defeated / Jack E. Robinson / 100 Heartbeats
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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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Melissa's Bill Defeated Yesterday, the state senate rejected Melissa’s bill, which would have automatically given criminals convicted of a 3rd felony the maximum sentence for the crime. The bill is named for Melissa Gosule, who was killed by man with 27 convictions on his record. Guests: Leslie Gosule, Father of Melissa Gosule; John Cunha, President, Mass. Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
Jack E. Robinson Jack E. Robinson is making his second run for the U.S Senate in Massachusetts. He ran against Ted Kennedy in 2000 and won 13% of the vote. Guests: Jack E. Robinson, (R) Candidate for US Senate.
100 Heartbeats Jeff Corwin hosts his own show on the cable channel Animal Planet, The Jeff Corwin Experience. His new book, 100 Heartbeats, focuses on the few species with populations of 100 or fewer living the wild. Guests: Jeff Corwin, Author, 100 Heartbeats.
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