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WASHINGTON (AP) — A familiar name from Massachusetts, Rep. Joe Kennedy III, is carrying his family legacy into a new era, battling Republicans who want to undo Barack Obama's health care law.Kennedy, the 36-year-old grandson of the late Sen. … more
BOSTON — An agreement among state lawmakers, business leaders and an advocacy group could pave the way for new accommodations for workers in Massachusetts who are pregnant or nursing mothers.A bill, which appears on track for passage on Beacon … more
BOSTON — Digital natives who grew up after the birth of the Internet are more susceptible to a variety of scams intended to drain cash from victims with emailed promises of money orders, according to a recent study, and it is older men who … more
BOSTON — Massachusetts residents know to be prepared in February for driving snow, freezing rain and high winds, but after a tornado tore through the town of Conway in late February there is a new winter hazard to be prepared for."It's hard to … more
BOSTON — Organizers of the city's St. Patrick's Day parade reversed course on Friday and said they would allow a group of gay veterans to march in this year's parade.The South Boston Allied War Veterans Council announced on the parade's … more
BOSTON — Predicting the federal government will step back from its prior level of enforcement of environmental protections and civil rights, Attorney General Maura Healey said her office will see an added workload and will need more money to … more
BOSTON — The current political climate and new federal policies could make immigrants reluctant to come forward to be counted in the 2020 Census, Secretary of State William Galvin said Thursday.Testifying at a hearing on Gov. Charlie Baker's … more
BOSTON — Gov. Charlie Baker joined Boston Mayor Marty Walsh on Wednesday in saying he would boycott the South Boston St. Patrick's Day parade if any veterans groups, including OUTVETS, is denied the right to participate.OUTVETS, a gay veterans … more
BOSTON — The Legislature's new marijuana committee will begin its work in earnest later this month with an "overview" hearing at the State House before holding similar hearings elsewhere in the state, the committee chairs said Wednesday.The … more
BOSTON — With Congress talking about blocking federal funding to Planned Parenthood and Gov. Charlie Baker vowing to use state dollars to plug any holes, anti-abortion activists tried unsuccessfully Wednesday to confront the Republican … more
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