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March 18, 2011

Michael Bartley hosts a special episode of 4802 focused on Teen Dating Violence. Guests include Dr. Gary Cuccia and Jodi Cuccia - parents of Demi Brae Cuccia, a Monroeville teen who was murdered by her ex-boyfriend in 2007. Also appearing on the program: Diane Dahm-Martin, the Expect Respect Program Coordinator at Womansplace.


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Michael Bartley hosts a special episode of 4802 focused on Teen Dating Violence. Guests include Dr. Gary Cuccia and Jodi Cuccia - parents of Demi Brae Cuccia, a Monroeville teen who was murdered by her ex-boyfriend in 2007. Also appearing on the program: Diane Dahm-Martin, the Expect Respect Program Coordinator at Womansplace.


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