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Mass Legislature Passes Budget, Local Lawmakers’ Programs Funded

BOSTON — Better late than never.

The Massachusetts House and Senate have passed a compromise $40.2 billion state budget today. The House approved the spending plan on a 140-9 vote, while the Senate passed it by a 36-2 vote...

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Portuguese Man-Of-Wars Spotted in Waters Off Cape Cod

CHATHAM, Mass. (AP) _ Beachgoers on Cape Cod have another thing to be aware of: Portuguese man-of-wars have returned.

Several of the creatures, which if touched can deliver an extremely painful sting, have been spotted in recent days...

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Budget, Marijuana Bills Appear to Be Linked

STATE HOUSE, BOSTON — Negotiations over a new state budget and legislation overhauling the retail marijuana legalization law might appear on paper to have little to do with one another...

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Massachusetts Among Six States Operating Without a Budget in Place

STATE HOUSE, BOSTON — Five days into the new fiscal year, Massachusetts has scant and dwindling company on the list of states yet to finalize a 2018 spending plan...

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Massachusetts Fisherman Named Gil Snags Great White Shark

ROCKPORT, Mass. (AP) _ Talk about catch and release: A Massachusetts lobsterman hooked a great white shark and played it for a while before letting it go...

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Trial to Begin in Challenge to Massachusetts Voter Registration Law

BOSTON (AP) - A trial is set to begin in a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of a Massachusetts law that requires voters to register at least 20 days before an election...

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[RICHARD] MA Needs To Cooperate With Federal Voter Fraud Probe

Secretaries of State in several states, including Secretary William Galvin here in Massachusetts are refusing to cooperate with a federal probe into voter fraud...

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Kennedy Urges Americans To Speak Out Against Trumpcare

WASHINGTON (AP) - U.S. Rep. Joe Kennedy is making an impassioned plea for a health care system that families can rely on in times of crisis, pointing to a health scare in his own family...

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"Absolutely no comments," said Sen. William Brownsberger - one of six conferees tasked with creating a final marijuana bill - when asked Thursday about the conference committee's progress ahead of a self-imposed Friday deadline. "How should I know?" was Sen. Patricia Jehlen's response to a similar question on Friday. "Every day, every hour is a surprise," said the lead Senate conferee on Friday. [Photo: Sam Doran/SHNS]
"Absolutely no comments," said Sen. William Brownsberger - one of six conferees tasked with creating a final marijuana bill - when asked Thursday about the conference committee's progress ahead of a self-imposed Friday deadline. "How should I know?" was Sen. Patricia Jehlen's response to a similar question on Friday. "Every day, every hour is a surprise," said the lead Senate conferee on Friday. [Photo: Sam Doran/SHNS]

Budget, Marijuana Bills Unresolved as State Legislators Head into Holiday Break

STATE HOUSE, BOSTON — The House and Senate on Friday afternoon banged out of Beacon Hill for the holiday weekend, signaling that deals on a marijuana bill and a fiscal 2018 state budget are still out of reach...

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State Rep. Pat Haddad (left), Mayor Jon Mitchell (center), and Vineyard Wind CEO Erich Stephens (right) participate in the ribbon cutting. Tim Dunn/TSM
State Rep. Pat Haddad (left), Mayor Jon Mitchell (center), and Vineyard Wind CEO Erich Stephens (right) participate in the ribbon cutting. Tim Dunn/TSM

Wind Energy Developer Opens New Bedford Offices With Ribbon Cutting Reception

NEW BEDFORD- Offshore wind energy developer Vineyard Wind held a ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday with Mayor Jon Mitchell to recognize the opening of their office in the Bank of America building, located downtown on Pleasant Street...

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