BPR: John King, Diversity Among Friends, Treas. Steve Grossman, Shira Springer, Nancy Koehn

February 25, 2014

CNN's John King joined Jim and Margery to talk about a possible Bush-Clinton 2016 matchup. King also looked at the National Governors Association meeting in Washington — where Mass. Gov. Deval Patrick is in attendance — and discussed the retirement of longtime Michigan Rep. John Dingell.

Also on BPR:

  • Harvard conducted a study of commuter rail riders to measure the effects of blending different races and ethnicities on train platforms. The results? Wariness at first, giving way to a gradual warming. Jim and Margery asked listeners about their own commutes, and the diversity of their inner circles.
  • Mass. Treas. Steve Grossman stopped by Studio Three for a second interview about his gubernatorial bid.
  • The Boston Globe's Shira Springer joined Jim and Margery again to offer a post-mortem on the Sochi Olympics. Springer is an investigative and enterprise reporter for the Boston Globe's sports section.

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