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Week In Review: Power Down And Out Cold

Motorists wait in line for gas at a rest area on the Massachusetts Turnpike eastbound in Charlton, Mass., Sunday. (AP)

Motorists wait in line for gas at a rest area on the Massachusetts Turnpike eastbound in Charlton, Mass., Sunday. (AP)

A freak October snow storm leaves hundreds of thousands of Massachusetts residents without power. Meanwhile, presidential candidate Herman Cain was battling a storm of his own.

Plus Beacon Hill votes to raise the retirement age for public employees, and two months into the school year, buses in Boston are still arriving late for class.

Radio Boston reviews the week that was.

Guests:

  • Joan Vennochi, columnist, Boston Globe
  • Kyle Cheney, reporter, State House News Service

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