NightSide with Dan Rea – Rundown for May 3, 2019

NH's Governor Vetoes The Death Penalty Ban Passed By the Legislature - Can They Override? New Hampshire Republican Gov. Chris Sununu has vetoed a death penalty repeal bill but supporters say they have the votes in the Legislature to override. We will be joined by Rev. Jason Wells of the New Hampshire Council of Churches who has been leading vigils outside the state house in support of the repeal. Should the death penalty be banned?

Mitchell Zuckoff and his new book Fall and Rise: The Story of 9/11 is in studio. Former Boston Globe reporter Mitchell Zuckoff wrote about the 9/11 victims, and their families for months after the attacks. His new book based upon those experiences is filled with intimate stories of the people most affected by the events of that sunny Tuesday in September. Feel free to join in with your own remembrances.

MBTA Etiquette. "T" Officials are hoping to record a new series of messages to be played at stops across the system reminding riders how they can be better subway passengers. The messages have been picked from an on-line poll of riders. Is this a good idea?

Are There Aliens Among Us? The U.S. Navy is drafting a procedure to investigate and catalog reports of unidentified flying objects coming in from its pilots but don't expect to be able to read it any time soon. Authorities say the reports are privileged and classified. Who would you suspect are the aliens among us?

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