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BOSTON — Its membership is not finalized and no bills have been assigned to it, but the Committee on Marijuana Policy is aiming to hear from people around Massachusetts and produce a bill addressing aspects of the state's new marijuana law by … more
BOSTON — Gov. Charlie Baker took executive action on Thursday to set up a commission to advise his administration on ways it can extend economic prosperity to black communities across the state at a time when one black lawmaker said minorities … more
MILTON, Mass. (AP) — A prestigious boarding and day school near Boston says four former workers engaged in sexual misconduct with several students decades ago. more
BOSTON — Attorney General Maura Healey on Tuesday attempted to squash persistent chatter that she may run for governor in 2018, telling a radio audience that the role of attorney general has never been more important."You know as lawyers … more
BOSTON — Sen. Edward Markey and Rep. Joe Kennedy are using their family histories to push back against plans for stepped-up deportations of people in the country illegally.Kennedy, the grandson of Robert F. Kennedy, said his family fled … more
EVERETT, Mass. (AP) — Two people have been hospitalized after a brawl broke out at a Chuck E. Cheese in Everett.The company says an argument between two adults at the chain's arcade and restaurant escalated into violence on Monday with an object being thrown. more
NORTHAMPTON, Mass. (AP) — A private liberal arts college for women says the Massachusetts school has raised a record-high $486 million.The Boston Globe reports Smith College in Northampton announced on Monday its "Women for the World" campaign … more
BOSTON — The U.S. Postal Service has unveiled a new stamp to mark the 100th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's birth.The Forever stamp was released Monday during the annual Presidents Day family festival at the John F. Kennedy … more
BOSTON — Hundreds of scientists, environmental advocates and their supporters held a rally in Boston on Sunday to protest what they see as increasing threats to science and research in the U.S.The scientists, some dressed in white lab coats, … more
BOSTON — Eliminating minimum mandatory sentences, revamping the bail system and raising the age of those sent to juvenile court from 18 to 21 are just some of the steps the Massachusetts Senate is weighing as it seeks to overhaul the state's … more
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