The Short List

A rotating panel of journalists from Western New England discuss the big stories of the week.

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Anthony Gulluni is the district attorney for Hampden County, Mass.
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What made The Short List this week?

Activists rally outside the Springfield, Mass., offices of Senators Elizabeth Warren and Ed Markey earlier this week to urge them to stand up to President Trump's nominees.
Karen Brown / NEPR

What made The Short List this week?

U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts reacts when the conversation turns to Senator Mitch McConnell during her annual Springfield Office Hours at City Stage, Monday, March 20, 2017, in Springfield, Mass.
Jessica Hill / The Republican

What made The Short List this week?

  • Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren sought assurance from U.S. Housing Secretary appointee Ben Carson that the Trump family would not financially benefit from HUD grants at his Confirmation Hearing this week. She wasn’t assured.
  • The state has a commission looking at time: getting rid of “springing forward” and “falling back.” Are there benefits?
  • And the panel looks at two stories that they believe flew under the radar this week.

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An ad posted to "farm & garden services" on the Western Massachusetts Craigslist in January of 2017.
Screen shot / Craigslist

What made The Short List this week?

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