[act-ma] OMB Opposes Call for Immigrants to Boycott Census, and More at Open Media Boston (week of 9/13/09)

Jason Pramas jpramas at igc.org
Sun Sep 13 22:41:33 PDT 2009

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Hi folks! Apologies we had to come out late this edition - we had to put 
a lot of effort into our Candidates Forum last Wednesday. Check out this 
week's top stories from Open Media Boston, but first read this ...

Special Section: First Look at the 9/9/09 OMB At-Large Boston City 
Council Candidates Forum

News: Public Option Advocates Rally for National Health Care on Labor Day

News: Cautious Tone From Congressman Stephen Lynch At Milton Town Hall 
Meeting On Health Care Reform

News: Housing Advocates Press Deutsche Bank “To Play The Fairway” On 

Editorial: Open Media Boston Opposes Call for Immigrants to Boycott 
Census, Invites Proponents to Respond

Opinion: CWA Members Show Strong Support for Appointing Temporary 
Senator from Massachusetts

Tech: Restore a Lost or Discarded Firefox Session in Three Quick Steps

Living: Boston Black Student Network Invites Community to the 7th Annual 
Holladay - 9/19/09 at MIT

Featured Photo: At-Large Boston City Council Candidate Ayanna Pressley 
at the Open Media Boston Candidates Forum by Jason Pramas

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Jason Pramas
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