[act-ma] Roxbury Housing Rally, Khazei Declares Senate Candidacy and More at Open Media Boston (week of 9/25/09)

Jason Pramas jpramas at igc.org
Sat Sep 26 00:30:36 PDT 2009

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

News: Roxbury Housing Rally Demands That Banks Let Foreclosed Tenants 
Keep Their Homes

News: A House is Not a Home

News: City Year Co-founder Alan Khazei Declares Senate Candidacy, Calls 
For “Big Citizenship”

Editorial: Open Media Boston Co-Sponsors National Writers Union Digital 
Media Conference

Opinion: Low-Income Seniors On The Chopping Block: Obamacare Cost Cutting

Opinion: Boston Workers to March and Rally Against a "Jobless Recovery"

Opinion: Jill Stein Espouses Instant Runoff Voting Through MA Voter 
Choice Campaign; National Popular Voting Also "On The Table"

Opinion: Twentieth Anniversary Boston Freedom Rally Celebrates Marijuana 
and De-Criminalization

Opinion: 2009 Instant Runoff Voting Initiative Petition Campaign Begins

Tech: Tech Brief: Skype to Bring Bluetooth Support to iPhone App?

Featured Photo: Melonie Griffith of City Life at 9/20/09 Housing Rally 
by Jason Pramas

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