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• on air throughout the week on WHMP 1240/1400AM or 96.9FM in western Massachusetts or through their online archive

• on our website

• from the archive of past episodes

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ACLU Minute: May 16, 2013

Is the news of the weird getting better or worse?

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ACLU Minute: May 16, 2013

Why is the ACLU making a federal case out of panhandling?

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ACLU Minute: May 16, 2013

Waiting to be executed for a crime he didn’t commit (the new Florida Death Penalty bill).

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ACLU Minute: May 9, 2013

A City and Country of Immigrants

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ACLU Minute: May 9, 2013

Sanford: A Sitcom Continues in the U.S. House of Representatives

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ACLU Minute: May 2, 2013

The story on gays in the boy scouts: the next chapter.

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ACLU Minute: May 2, 2013

Update: the hunger strike at GTMO

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ACLU Minute: April 25, 2013

High School Sex Ed.

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ACLU Minute: April 25, 2013

Dateline: Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, Cuba.

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ACLU Minute: April 18, 2013

We discuss the bombings in Boston with ACLU director Matthew Segal.  We also talk to Julie Lichtenberg about her project, the…

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