Week In Review: DeLeo's Limits, Mitt Stays Out, Dartmouth Cracks Down

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We discuss the move on term limits for the speaker of the Massachusetts statehouse, Robert DeLeo, Mitt Romney's decision not to run for president, Dartmouth College's crackdown on alcohol and Greek life and the ruling against Partners HealthCare.


Nancy Gertner, former federal judge in the U.S. District Court of Massachusetts and current Harvard Law School professor.

Scot Lehigh, columnist for The Boston Globe. He tweets @GlobeScotLehigh.


Radio Boston: House To Consider Revoking Term Limits For Speaker

  • "Thursday on Beacon Hill, House lawmakers are planning to vote on whether they should eliminate the eight-year term limit for the speaker of the house."

WBUR: Mitt Romney Won't Run For President In 2016

  • "Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney isn't running for president in 2016, he told supporters in a statement."

The New York Times: Dartmouth Cites Student Misconduct In Its Ban On Hard Liquor

  • "With colleges under growing pressure to reduce alcohol-soaked student misbehavior, Dartmouth College said Thursday that it would ban hard liquor on campus, going beyond the changes that all but a few of its peers have been willing to make."

This article was originally published on January 30, 2015.

This segment aired on January 30, 2015.


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