Week In Review: Fishing, Baker's Cabinet, Homeless Bostonians

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Republican Governor-elect Charlie Baker begins to assemble the team that will help him run the state come January. His first pick was the city manager of Chelsea, Democrat Jay Ash.

Also, cod fisheries in the Gulf of Maine close, outraging fishermen, but scientists say the dwindling stocks left no choice.

Plus, hundreds of homeless Bostonians and their supporters push the city for more permanent shelter as winter closes in.

And the FBI celebrates a sentence handed down in the corruption trial of former state probation commissioner John O'Brien.

WBUR's Sacha Pfeiffer speaks with Radio Boston's week-in-review panel.


Renee Loth, former editorial page editor of the Boston Globe

Nancy Gertner, Harvard Law School professor and former Massachusetts federal judge

This segment aired on November 14, 2014.

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Sacha Pfeiffer Host, All Things Considered
Sacha Pfeiffer was formerly the host of WBUR's All Things Considered.



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