Nightside with Dan Rea - Rundown for May 6, 2020


Governor Sununu Talks Coronavirus. New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu joins Dan to discuss how his state is handling the reopening process, including the Stay at Home 2.0 plan, $40 million in aid coming to New Hampshire communities for dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, and hazard pay for first responders. Get your questions ready!

A Whiter Shade of Pale... Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins says the staff at the Committee for Public Counsel Service aka the Boston Public Defender's Office, are too white and privileged to give the poor, disadvantaged, and minority clients that come to them adequate representation. The DA argues that minority defendants are suffering in silence because their criminal defense lawyers, who are paid with the public's tax dollars, can't be bothered to return their calls. Does the District Attorney have a point?

Salon Stand-Off. A Dallas salon owner was sentenced to 7 days in jail after she was found in contempt of court for violating an order to close her salon during the pandemic. Before sending her to jail the judge gave Shelley Luther the opportunity to apologize and admit she was being selfish to which Luther responded it was not selfish to try and feed your children. Is Luther right? In Massachusetts florists have been allowed to open in time for Mother's Day. Does this seem fair to you?

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