Week In Review: Walsh And Wynn, Boston Latin, Governor Baker's Budget, And Buddy Cianci

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Our Week In Review panel talks Mayor Marty Walsh's agreement with Wynn Resorts, allegations of racism at Boston Latin, Governor Baker's budget proposal, and Buddy Cianci's legacy.


Arline Isaacson, co-chair of the Massachusetts Gay and Lesbian Political Caucus and a political consultant.

Renée Loth, columnist for The Boston Globe and writer for Cognoscenti.


WBUR: Boston Mayor Walsh, Wynn Strike A Deal To End Legal Battle Over Everett Casino

  • "The deal with Wynn means the casino company will chip in $6 million more than it originally agreed to give Boston. In total, the deal includes $68 million in mitigation funds for Boston, according to the city."

WBUR: Students Bring Complaints About Racism At Boston Latin Before School Committee

  • "The students opened their remarks by recounting what they say has been an increasingly hostile racial atmosphere at the school after the decision not to indict a white police officer in the shooting of Michael Brown, a black teenager, in Ferguson, Missouri."

Radio Boston: What’s In Gov. Baker’s Proposed Budget And What’s Left Behind

  • "Gov. Charlie Baker released his budget Wednesday. While it calls for an overall 3.5 percent increase in state spending, most state agencies will receive little or no extra money."

Radio Boston: Remembering Former Providence Mayor Buddy Cianci

  • "Vincent 'Buddy' Cianci, the colorful longtime mayor of Providence, died Thursday at Miriam Hospital in Providence. He was 74 years old. We look back on Cianci’s time in (and out) of office, and talk about his legacy in Providence."

This segment aired on January 29, 2016.


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