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Is bringing the Olympics to Boston a financial boondoggle or a showcase to the world?
Wareham gets 4 more liquor licenses - Bourne amends Town Charter - Turner bids farewell - Murray lights Menorah
Congress passes bill to fund government programs in fiscal 2015
Sees little point to the legislation - House warms to the plan
Uneasy lies the head that wants to wear the crown ~ First openly Gay Senate President defends himself ~ Mark Wahlberg says "Pardon me"
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House canceled Social Security benefits for Nazis - Senate awards golfer Jack Nicklaus a Congressional gold medal
Fallout from Ferguson - Tax collections are just about meeting budget benchmarks, economic growth has been strong enough to trigger a slight income tax cut
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The shortened holiday week brought the legislature no closer to a resolution over the projected budget deficit
11/30/14 to 12/6/14: Therese Murray bids farewell - Orleans gets a new judge
The lame-duck Congress splits on most issues until the new Congress convenes on Jan. 13, 2015
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Deval slashes budget while Charlie assembles his team
Arts & cultural, tourism committees back bill
Women's Republican Club of Cape Cod to present a gift to Emerson House

"The Rascal King Curley" and "Onions Burke"
Baker transition - Health Connector relaunch - Pardons & commutations - Closing the $325 million budget gap
House considers a bill approving the Keystone XL pipeline - Senate reauthorizes a program of block grants for state child care and development efforts - Lame duck session ends Jan. 13, 2015
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Governor-elect names a Democrat to his cabinet
First regular meeting following election season
Two-party state governance makes a comeback on Beacon Hill - Now come the political post-mortems
$325 million hole in $36.5 billion state budget - Sentencing of three former probation department officials - Annual Joint Conference of the Massachusetts School Committees and School Superintendents in Hyannis
Food pantry director to speak about hunger on Cape Cod
Major David Neal of the BCSO to speak
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