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Selectmen to discuss warrant for May 6 Town Meeting
$36.2 billion budget seeks to make progress on drug addiction, college tuition rates and foster care oversight
4Cs Grant and a meeting on the 7.8 miles of new transmission line on NSTAR right-of-way between Barnstable and Harwich
Reps break usual voting unity, Senate still in lock-step - House passes a budget for 2015 and budget framework for 2016 through 2024 - Senate passes the Paycheck Fairness Act
Carpetbagger Brown leaves his Barn Coat behind and says, "Live Free or Log-on"
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New poll shows Democrats maintain advantage for governor - Charlie Baker trails both Martha Coakley and Steve Grossman in Western New England University Polling Institute survey
Is it possible we'll see another Kennedy in the White House?
Representatives from Falmouth schools and town government to talk about civics

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Wolf gets votes despite his dropping out of the race months ago - Kayyem beats Grossman and Coakley by better than 2 to 1
Howard Dean, all five endorsers hold fundraiser for him Friday
Benefits for first responders - GOP competing in only 3 of 5 elections - That latest U.S. Supreme Court decision effects here - Tea Party candidate challenges Baker's GOP convention vote
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Three key votes in the House this week and six in the Senate
Plymouth police officer's wake and funeral are among the six state-related events this week in the Cape Cod area
The 50-cent difference - Sen. Wolf said he doesn’t know what the Senate’s next course of action will be to advance the issue.
A chance to say thank you on Thursday night – with a check
Republicans Hunt and Vieira join Democratic Cape colleagues
Murray backs Tolman; Peake backs Kerrigan, Cops back Whelan
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Joe Kennedy III said Congress should act immediately to address the court ruling’s “damage" - McCutcheon v. FEC decision strikes down overall limits on campaign contributions
Cape Dems to host Jefferson Jackson Dinner on May 3rd
Attendees asked to bring sundries for Cape Cod Cares for Our Troops packages
Delahunt, Keating and Wolf at Wampanoag building opening today ~ Red Sox opener Tuesday
"Laws are like sausages, it is better not to see them being made." - Ban up-skirt photography bill easier than minimum wage and UI
DeSilva to speak about Cape Cod Cares for Our Troops on April 4
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Wolf requested that instead of creating a new bill dealing with the minimum wage and unemployment insurance the House simply amend one of the two bills already passed by the Senate this session that addresses each topic.