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State readies campaign
to curb obesity epidemic

Major restaurant chains in Massachusetts would be required to prominently post the calorie counts for all their offerings - at the counter or on the menu - under a far-reaching anti-obesity campaign that Governor Deval Patrick's administration is expected to announce today. (By Stephen Smith, Globe Staff)

Obama's challenge: Be urgent, hopeful

President-elect Barack Obama faces a delicate task today as he pitches his economic recovery plan in a major address: He must underscore the urgency of the recession without further unsettling the nation's shaky financial system. (By Scott Helman, Globe Staff)
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The local public colleges that enroll the most Boston high school graduates have had a dismal record seeing them through to a degree, with many posting graduation rates of less than 25 percent, according to a study that reviewed the collegiate careers of the city's class of 2000. (By James Vaznis, Globe Staff)

The whistleblower

Harry Markopolos - the man who spent nearly a decade trying to blow the whistle on what appears to be the largest Ponzi scheme in history - has achieved a kind of hero status within the investment world, but he is wary of his fame. (By Ross Kerber, Globe Staff)
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