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WBFO Brief June 28, 2021

On today's WBFO Brief... "Shakespeare in Delaware Park returns with a new approach to classic performance – having its audience walk in the woods from scene to scene. Controversy continues in the race for Buffalo Mayor. Studies take a renewed look at the lack of internet service in rural areas of Erie County. And after pharmaceutical giant Johnson and Johnson agreed to pay New York $230 million to settle claims the company helped fuel the opioid crisis, state legislators are trying to ensure the money goes towards addiction and recovery services."

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