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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
BOSTON — As a congressional committee on Wednesday prepared to take up health care legislation offered as a replacement for the Affordable Care Act, U.S. Rep. Richard Neal, D-Springfield, knocked the plan as a one that would force "millions to … more
BOSTON — Gov. Charlie Baker is pushing legislation he says will give Massachusetts greater control over protecting the state's water supply.The bill, which will be filed Wednesday, would let the Massachusetts Department of Environmental … more
LAWRENCE — Police are investigating the fatal shooting of an 18-year-old man in Lawrence.Authorities say the victim was found near the intersection of Forest and Crescent streets at about 1:45 a.m. Wednesday.The victim's name has not been made … more
CONCORD (AP) — Officials in suburban Boston are investigating a homemade explosive device that was left on railroad tracks.Concord police responded to a brush fire on train tracks around 5 p.m. on Tuesday. Authorities say someone put chemicals … more
BOSTON — The House budget for next fiscal year will likely address ballooning MassHealth costs, according to Speaker Robert DeLeo, who made it crystal clear Tuesday he does not yet want to step into that policy debate.At a business breakfast … more
Gov. Baker concerned about GOP health plan's financing By Bob Salsberg The Associated PressBOSTON — Republican Gov. Charlie Baker said Tuesday his administration was still reviewing details of the health care bill rolled out by GOP leaders in … more
BOSTON — A top Democratic lawmaker on Tuesday proposed directing tax revenue from legal marijuana sales in Massachusetts toward the state's battle against opioid addiction.In a speech to the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, House Speaker … more
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