Are Proposed Reforms Enough To Squash ‘Culture Of Harassment’ At The State House?
After reports of sexual harassment at the State House, a group of outside attorneys, along with House staff, are recommending changes to reporting policies. Jim Braude was joined by Martha Coakley, a partner at Foley Hoag, who helped come up with the recommendations, and state Rep. Hannah Kane (R-Shrewsbury) to discuss.
Did Media Cross A Line By Putting Sam Nunberg On TV?
Jim Braude was joined by former New York Times Executive Editor Jill Abramson, now a senior lecturer at Harvard University, and Tina Opie, an assistant professor of management at Babson College, to discuss former Trump aide Sam Nunberg’s marathon interviews and whether the media crossed a line into, as one outlet put it, “scandal porn.”
Climate Change Readiness In Massachusetts
With two instances of historic flooding in the past eight weeks and another nor'easter on the way, it is becoming clear that big solutions are needed to respond to climate change and its effects on Massachusetts. Adam Reilly reports on efforts the state is making.
IMHO: Dear Trump World, Timing Is Everything
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on the importance of timing, especially when it comes to who knew what and when in Trump world.