Today, Sunday interviews with candidates, Nave Jr, St Guillen, and more
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Today, Sunday @TheYoungJurks live 5-7pm w/ an election show, 100% confirmed, Boston City Council candidate, Lee Nave Jr. @votenave & Cambridge City Council candidate, Ben Simon @btobiassimon in-studio, calls with Boston City Council At- Large candidate Alejandra St Guillen, @astguillen & others likely such as Cambridge City Council @qzondervan, & more tba! Watch live facebook.com/theyoungjurks
Catch up on some of our recent podcasts!
SEP 15, 2019 Julia Mejia for Boston City Council At-Large
Julia Mejia for Boston City Council At-Large discussing education, housing, safe consumption sites, cannabis licensing, police and development board oversight, and much more.
Responding to media coverage of the federal indictment of the Mayor of Fall River over cannabis licensing bribery. The community predicted it after Charlie Baker & Bob DeLeo drastically rewrote the voter passed legalization initiative. If Baker & DeLeo truly want to reduce cannabis corruption change the law back to what we voted in. Force cities and towns with cannabis bans to put it to voters! Allowing many towns and city to ban cannabis shops without a vote has increased corruption creating an all out big stakes game with very limited real estate options. Baker & DeLeo created the mess and the globe, herald, Boston media won’t report that.
SEP 8, 2019 Boston Police Riot
The Young Jurks are live with three witnesses to last weekend's Boston Police Riot at Straight Pride Parade. Joining us are Lauren Pespisa, Gregg Housh, and Rod Webber who is also facing charges that District Attorney, Rachael Rollins asked to have dismissed. We discuss Judge Richard Sinnott who refuses to dismiss the charges, Marty Walsh, the importance of contesting Governor Council elections, and more.
SEP 3, 2019 Cambridge Mayor Marc McGovern
Cambridge Mayor Marc McGovern on campaign contributions, the cancellation of Cambridge Carnival, the Boston straight pride police riot, cannabis licensing, safe consumption sites and more.
MassCann/NORML defends resigned board member Samson Racioppi, co-organizer of the Boston straight Pride event.
Interview with Cassie Hurd and Aubri Esters, co-founders of SIFMA Now on Boston's crackdown on the homeless population. They praise DA Rachael Rollins but aren't as happy with Mayor Martin Walsh and most of the Boston City Council. We also discuss the possibility of safe injection sites in Massachusetts and how our the young jurks twitter poll about president trump and the China trade war just went viral, we close by reading some of the twitter response to it.
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