We begin tonight with Amazon dot-com looking for more space in Boston. According to the Globe, the company's trying to lease as much as one million square feet of office space in the Seaport District. And that reportedly includes at least one entire office building.
In Hyde Park, officials at Most Precious Blood Church are considering a possible conversion into rental housing. According to the Bulletin papers and Universal Hub, the idea is to have rental units in the upper section of the church, with the lower level used for parish activities.
State and city officials are splitting with the federal government over enforcement against the sale of marijuana. Under a new policy announced by U-S Attorney General Jeff Sessions marijuana sales legalized by states could still be exposed to federal prosecution.
Interview with Suni Thomas George, Mass Commission Against Discrimination