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Full Episode: Some Vape Products Back On The Market, Julia Mejia Wins Recount In Boston City Council Election, Latest Poll From New Hampshire Primary48:37
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Various vaping juices available at Fast Eddie's Smoke And Vape Shop in Allston which will no longer be available after Governor Baker's declaration for a four-month temporary ban on all vaping products. (Jesse Costa/WBUR)
Various vaping juices available at Fast Eddie's Smoke And Vape Shop in Allston which will no longer be available after Governor Baker's declaration for a four-month temporary ban on all vaping products. (Jesse Costa/WBUR)
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Here's the Radio Boston rundown for Dec. 11. Tiziana Dearing is our host.

  • We ask WBUR's Angus Chen and WBUR's Zeninjor Enwemeka for an update on what vaping products are back on the market after the four-month ban on all vape products in Massachusetts ends.
  • After a three-day recount, the Boston Election Commission announced Monday that Julia Mejia won the fourth and final at-large seat on the Boston City Council by one vote. WBUR's Simón Rios was in the room as the recount finished and the final result was announced.
  • We hear from Anthony Brooks, WBUR's Senior Political Reporter, about a new poll out from WBUR that dives into who is leading in the New Hampshire Democratic primary.

This program aired on December 11, 2019.

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