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The US Department of Justice has opened a civil investigation into possible anticompetitive behavior by Partners HealthCare System Inc., the region’s most powerful hospital and physician network. (By Robert Weisman and Liz Kowalczyk, Globe Staff)
US Interior Secretary Kenneth Salazar yesterday approved the nation’s first offshore wind farm, the controversial Cape Wind project first proposed nine years ago in the beloved waters of Nantucket Sound, and proclaimed the dawn of a new era of clean energy in the United States. (By Beth Daley, Globe Staff)
While many Cape Codders reacted with resigned dismay when they learned that the wind farm had received a federal go-ahead, but a few residents felt otherwise. (By Brian MacQuarrie, Globe Staff)
Senator John F. Kerry, who today will lead the effort to ratify a new arms control pact with Russia, said he expects a tough fight for passage because partisanship has seeped into what has historically been bipartisan cooperation on nuclear weapons pacts. (By Bryan Bender, Globe Staff)
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