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In the first hour of today's show, Emily Rooney is joined by Suzanne Bump, the Massachusetts State Auditor whose audit found a $101 million discrepancy in MBTA fare-counting software and deposits actually made. Then Callie Crossley talks with Elizabeth Nash and Susan Cohen, both of the Guttmacher Institute, about reproductive rights as our 30 Issues in 30 Days coverage continues. Plus, Adam Reilly talks all-local politics with Rob Eno, blogger at Red Mass Group, and Kevin Peterson, founder of the New Democracy Coalition.

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