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Review: The Week in West Roxbury Blogs

Read analysis of the Quality Choice Plan, how to avoid identity fraud - and what's the perfect beer for political debates?

 

West Roxbury Patch has a robust Local Voices blogging department - and in case you missed it - here's a roundup of the last week's blog posts.

 

Mark Greenstein of Ivy Bound Test Prep and Academic Tutoring, wrote two blogs for this week:

  • Why PSAT scores have become almost useless!
  • For Parents: On 'Unrealistic College Expectations'

Did you know Oct. 14-20 is National Teen Driver Safety Week? Aimee Charest blogged about how to talk your teen about driving safely:

Karen Kast continued her analysis of the Quality Choice Plan with two blogs this week:

  • The Quality Choice Plan Analysis & Questions Part 4
  • The Quality Choice Plan: Some Answers to Questions Asked

Question 3 on the ballot this November is askin whether medicinal marijuana should be legal. Get the facts about Question 3 with this blog:

  • Get the Facts on Question 3

The Social Security Administration wants you to know how to avoid identity thieves this Halloween season:

  • Don't Let Identity Thieves Trick You

And last, but not certainly least, is Michael Loconto's Area Man Drinks Beer blog, with a great blog about what to drink during debates:

  • Debating the Perfect Debate Beer

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