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Coakley decries
health care bill

Opening up a major fissure in the US Senate race, AG Martha Coakley said yesterday that she opposes the landmark health care bill approved by the House Saturday because it contains a provision restricting federal funding for abortion. (By Matt Viser, Globe Staff)
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Lynch’s wife tied to
agencies he won grants for

US Representative Stephen F. Lynch has engineered four federal grants for a community health center and another three grants for a nearby substance abuse program, organizations for which his wife, Margaret, is an employee or board member. (By Marino Eccher, Globe Correspondent)

Treatment units for
mentally ill inmates on hold

The Patrick administration has shelved plans to build special treatment units for hundreds of seriously mentally ill inmates. (By Jonathan Saltzman, Globe Staff)

Hub lab writing the book on face-reading

A neuroscience lab at Children's Hospital Boston is using high-tech equipment to monitor children's eye movements and brain activity, hoping to discover how people identify one face from another and decipher emotions. (By Patricia Wen, Globe Staff)

Same-sex couples make
a statement with philanthropy

It's no surprise that gays and lesbians are strong supporters of the arts. What has changed in recent years is that they are choosing to be recognized as couples. (By Geoff Edgers, Globe Staff)

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