[act-ma] Transit Activists Demand Public Input to MBTA Policy and More in Open Media Boston (week of 11/15/09)

Jason Pramas jpramas at igc.org
Mon Nov 16 23:27:24 PST 2009

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Hi folks! Check out this week's top stories from Open Media Boston. 
Sorry this blast communication is a bit late ...

News: T Riders Union People's Forum Demands More Public Input to MBTA Policy

Editorial: If Mass. Small Businesses Want a Better Health Care Deal, 
They Should Back Single-Payer Health Care

Opinion: Tariq Ali at Harvard Book Store on "The Idea of Communism"

Opinion: Death by Denial: Militarization of Mental Health

Living: Photos from the Boston Under Water 350 Festival

Featured Visual: Boston Under Water 350 Festival by Diana Mai

More coming soon ...

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