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Week In Review: State Police Scandal, Cambridge Police, And Mount Ida23:30
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Gov. Charlie Baker and State Police Col. Kerry Gilpin face reporters during a news conference to announce reforms for the embattled agency. (Steven Senne/AP/file)
Gov. Charlie Baker and State Police Col. Kerry Gilpin face reporters during a news conference to announce reforms for the embattled agency. (Steven Senne/AP/file)
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Host Jill Kaufman talks to our panelists about the week's top headlines, including revelations of a criminal investigation against payroll director at the State Police, the internal review within the Cambridge Police Department after the arrest of a Black Harvard student, and the continued controversy over the closure and sale of Mount Ida College to UMass Amherst.

Guests

Renée Graham, columnist for the Boston Globe and a WBUR contributor. She tweets @reneeygraham.

Richard Tisei, former minority leader of the Massachusetts Senate. He tweets @richard_tisei.

This segment aired on April 20, 2018.

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