AM Briefing: MBTA Naming Rights Plan; Bill On Emails Of The Deceased
Good morning. Top local stories and what we're watching this Wednesday:
-- Transit officials have floated a proposal to sell naming rights for 11 prominent T stations in Boston and Cambridge. [Boston Globe]
-- The Massachusetts Gaming Commission said it'll meet with several towns concerned about the potential impact of a tribal casino in Taunton. [Cape Cod Times]
-- Rhode Island has hired an outside law firm to see if the state can legally claw back some of the money it's poised to lose with the collapse of video game company 38 Studios. [WPRI-TV]
-- Legislation slated for debate on Beacon Hill today would allow family members and others in charge of estates to access the email accounts of deceased loved ones.
-- A Taunton teacher is facing statutory rape charges. [NECN]
-- After the resignation of embattled President Terrence Gomes, Roxbury Community College has elected an interim president. [Globe]
-- The Sox rallied for a 5-1 win over the Blue Jays.
This program aired on June 27, 2012. The audio for this program is not available.