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Under the amendment, anyone seeking to alter any priority habitat must receive a statement from the conservation commission of the city of the habitat before doing any work.
Recap and analysis of the week in state government.
Outgoing lieutenant governor said recent controversies had nothing to do with decision to resign.
CBS Boston reports Murray has a new job lined up already.
Treatment will begin the week of May 28.
Joyce filed several amendments to further ban the abusive practice of administering aversives, or painful electric skin shocks, to disabled children at the Judge Rotenberg Center in Canton.
The Somerville congressman has indicated he's not happy with the political culture in Washington.
Results from a recent executive survey ranked Massachusetts 47th for business.
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