[act-ma] Is the Boston Globe in Trouble Because It’s Left-Wing? ... and More at Open Media Boston (week of 4/10/09)

Jason Pramas jpramas at igc.org
Fri Apr 10 20:39:55 PDT 2009

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Hi folks! Check out this week's top stories from Open Media Boston:

News: City Fiscal Crisis: Councilor and Mayoral Candidate Sam Yoon 
Presents Proposed Fixes at Community Hearing

Editorial: Is the Boston Globe in Trouble Because It’s Left-Wing?

Opinion: Why Has the Press Failed Us In Reporting on Health Care Reform? 
An Open Letter to Bill Keller, Executive Editor, New York Times

Opinion: White Supremacists to Hold Event Around Boston this Weekend

Opinion: Open Letter to Obama

Opinion: Author David Korten Asks: What Is The Meaning Of Wealth?

Opinion: The Amoks of Lovelle Mixon, Michael McLendon, Tim Krestchmer, 
Robert Stewart, Kerby Trevelus, Devan Kalathat, and Jiverly Voong

Opinion: Protests at Rite Aid Drugstores Focus on Employer Abuse and the 
Need for Congress to Pass the Employee Free Choice Act

News on the Sunshine Bus Drivers fight and a Tech piece coming this 
weekend ...

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