Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey (@MassAGO) endorsed Clinton way back in August. Not only is Healey happy for Clinton’s win because she was her candidate and a woman, she (Healey) is excited because Hillary Clinton will make a “fantastic” president. She asks,”who is going to make the next for years better for you? We now have a choice, Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump.” She also discusses the Transgender Accommodations Bill, gun violence research, and sexual violence.

Plus, the family of a six-year-old girl is suing over a grilled cheese that came with some unexpected peanut butter inside. The problem for the girl, of course, is that she has a pretty serious peanut allergy. She's okay, but had to go to the hospital. The family says a similar incident happened at the Panera in Wayland less than a month later as well. 

Neil Swidey (@neilswidey) covered this story and others on food allergies for The Boston Globe. He finds that people who fake allergies cause problems for those who actually have an allergy. People usually fake allergies at restaurants so that they can get the special treatment that they want. For parents like Paul Antico (@paulantico), a father of five kids, three of whom have food allergies, he encountered issues with finding restaurants that can accommodate his children’s dietary needs. He created AllergyEats (@allergyeats)— an online guide to allergy-friendly restaurants across the country. They both discuss food allergies. 

And, Jim shares his thoughts on Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s response to one of its students who was raped while studying abroad.