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Another Day, Another Delay: Will Massachusetts Ever Fix The T?
It’s becoming the unofficial state motto of Massachusetts: you can’t get there from here, at least in any reasonable amount of time. Adam Reilly was joined by former Massachusetts Secretary of Transportation James Aloisi, Charles Chieppo, a senior fellow at the Pioneer Institute, and Brendan Halpin, an MBTA rider who challenged Gov. Charlie Baker to “The The T Pledge” which challenges public officials to ride public transit to work for five days in a row.

Prison Murder of 72-Year-Old Man Highlights Safety Concerns For Elderly Inmates
The gruesome beating of a 72-year-old prisoner in a Massachusetts facility, seen in footage exclusively obtained by the New England Center for Investigative Reporting, is raising questions about the safety of the state’s aging prison population. Jenifer McKim, a senior investigative reporter with the New England Center for Investigative Reporting, joined Adam Reilly to discuss.

Local Organization Pushing To Help Fathers Who Want A Role In Their Kids' Lives
There are more than 20 million fatherless households across the U.S., according to the latest census. That's why one local organization is pushing to help fathers who want a role in their kids' lives — to break down the barriers that often exist. Tina Martin introduces the program’s founder, our latest Greater Bostonian.

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