[act-ma] Globe Reporters Speak Out, Iranian Uprising, and much more at Open Media Boston (week of 6/19/09)

Jason Pramas jpramas at igc.org
Fri Jun 19 23:17:10 PDT 2009

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

News: Human Rights Advocates Demand Justice for Indigenous Victims of 
Government Massacre in Peru; Corporations, U.S. Held Accountable

News: CVS Still Overcharging Consumers in Boston

News: Joint Task Force on the Underground Economy: MA Officials Hear 
Testimony and Criticism

News: Massachusetts Task Force On The “Underground Economy” To Hold 
Public Town Hall Meeting Today

News: Contract Talks Continue Between Globe Workers and New York Times 
Company; Globe Reporters Speak Out

Editorial: Boston Progressives Should Support the Iranian Uprising

Opinion: Testimony on MA H.341 - the Globalization Impact Bill

Opinion: Venezuela's Adjunct UN Ambassador Julio Escalona Speaks on the 
Global Economic Crisis

Opinion: Rep. Markey Co-Sponsors "Medicare for All" Bill

Arts: Two Strong Exhibitions of Mexican Art at the MFA

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