Paid Parental Leave, Olympics Reversal & Anniversary Of Back Bay Fire

March 24, 2015

Did you know that City of Boston employees who take time off to care for their newborns don’t get paid for it? Councilor Michelle Wu co-sponsored an ordinance to get paid parental leave for the city's men, women and same-sex couples. She's joined on set by Jon Hurst, the president of the Retailers Association of Massachusetts.

Boston’s Olympics organizers now want you to vote on their plan to bring the games here. Our nightly caucus weighs in on Boston 2024’s change of heart, as well as Monica Lewinsky's re-emergence to speak out on something she knows a lot about: cyber-bullying. Hear from Harvard Business School historian Nancy Koehn2014 Democratic nominee for lieutenant governor and president of the Mass. Military Heroes Fund Steve Kerrigan, and Republican Rep. Keiko Orrall.

Nearly a year after the deaths of two Boston firefighters, the city’s fire commissioner, Joseph Finn, looks back on the loss and how their legacies live on.


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