Week In Review: Superstorm Sandy; Election Countdown

Our panel talks about the week’s top stories:

— Sandy slammed into the East Coast Monday, leaving communities in a disastrous state just days before the presidential election. Some are still in the dark, without water and food.

— Also, the fallout from the meningitis outbreak spread to NECC’s sister company, Ameridose, triggering worries over drug shortages. The company is voluntarily recalling all of its products after a recommendation from the FDA to improve its sterility testing process.

— Lastly, the last big push in Election 2012. Republicans and Democrats alike are campaigning across the state and the nation as the clock ticks toward Nov. 6.


  • Callum Borchers, political correspondent for the Boston Globe
  • Scott MacKay, political analyst for Rhode Island Public Radio

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