Coping With A Different Kind Of Wedding Season

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Here's the Radio Boston rundown for Aug. 6. Jamie Bologna is our host.

  • New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu says the state's Department of Justice is reviewing a Massachusetts tax regulation that allows the state to collect income tax from New Hampshire residents who work for Massachusetts-based companies, even if they have been working from home, out-of-state, for months due to the pandemic. We get the latest from NHPR senior reporter Todd Bookman, and hear analysis from Amy Pitter, president and CEO of the Massachusetts Society of CPA's.
  • If you've turned on your TV or logged on to YouTube lately, you've probably been bombarded by local campaign ads. There are those from candidates themselves, and those produced by super political action committees (PACs). Who's behind those ads, are they working, and what do they tell us about the state of a number of races, in the midst of a pandemic? To help us answer those questions, we turn to WBUR's senior news analyst John Carroll.
  • With large gatherings mostly banned due to the health risks they pose, how do you plan a wedding? And when the celebrations slow down, what does that mean for the wedding industry? We discuss and take listener calls with wedding planner Mandy Connors and The Boston Globe's Meredith Goldstein.

This program aired on August 6, 2020.


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