Callie Crossley looked at the stories that you may have missed this week on Under the Radar with Mike Deehan, of the State House News Service, Chris Faraone of DigBoston, and Sue O'Connell of the South End News and Bay Windows. Below are some of the stories they discussed:
- Youths in Boston want a reduced rate MBTA pass that works 24/7. It's been a seven year struggle that's been driven almost entirely by youths. Earlier this week, young people occupied Transportation Secretary Richard Davey's office.
- "A big deal, but a little step" - Boston City Council voted in support of gender therapy access
- Wentworth industrial design students are making a dual vaporizer for medical marijuana users
- The Cosby Bill - the Senate passed a bill that protects images of celebrities after they die
- Who do the Boston police keep tabs on? Lots of Occupiers, including Marty Walsh.
- Disaster planning for pets
Tune in to Under the Radar with Callie Crossley on WGBH 89.7FM on Sunday from 6 to 7 p.m.