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State Sen. Cynthia Creem on mandatory minimum sentencing/justice reform
October 2, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
State Senator Cynthia Creem, the Assistant Majority Leader, will speak at 10 a.m. about mandatory minimum sentencing and other criminal justice reform issues to the American Issues class of Wellesley-Weston Lifetime Learning. Seniors from all communities are welcome to sample WWLL classes at the Unitarian church at 309 Washington Street as guests for two weeks. For questions about WWLL courses, see the wwllcourses.org website, send emails to [email protected], or call 781-205-4204. Selected videos can be viewed on YouTube by searching for Wellesley-Weston Lifetime Learning.