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Chris Collins Has Fill-In Co-Host This Week
Chris Collins Has Fill-In Co-Host This Week

Chris Collins, filling in this morning on the “WHMP Morning News” today for Bob Flaherty, where we will talk liquor licenses changes with Senator Stan Rosenberg at 6:40. At 7:50, Gary Thomas from The Wealth Technology Group talks money and a new Dow record. And we’ll hit a variety of other topics, including the latest on the gas pipeline debate, the summer meals program, and why that damn Hamp Honda building on Main Street is still standing. Dog is my co-pilot–and this week, my co-host. It all begins at 5:50 on WHMP and WHMP.com. 

 

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