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Under The Radar — Sharks, Nepotism and "Semi-Private Access"
http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.294380827326839.61374.291150894316499&type=3Another shark appeared — this time in Nantucket — while New Bedford lawmakers attempt to stall the casino compact, and Providence sells "semi-private access" to streets near Brown and RISD. New Hampshire investigates nepotism in its state government, and Vermont cancelled its jail contract with the Franklin County Jail. It's the all news that didn't hit the front page but affects our lives — and merits our attention.

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  Paul Pronovost, editor-in-chief of The Cape Cod Times
  Arnie Arnesen, former New Hampshire state representative
  Robert Whitcomb, Vice President and Editorial Pages Editor of The Providence Journal

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