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Spiraling medical costs have driven many employers to place new limits on coverage for mental health care, raising concerns that the rules may violate federal regulations intended to make it as easy for patients to see therapists as other doctors. (By Kay Lazar, Globe Staff)
Analysts say the slow and steady economic recovery is causing higher-end shoppers to loosen their purse strings again — splurging on everything from $200 pearl necklaces to $500,000 cars to million-dollar homes. (By Johnny Diaz, Globe Staff)
Boston’s most coveted retail address is back on the map. So far this year, more than a dozen new shops have opened on Newbury Street, giving the street a 95 percent occupancy rate among more than 300 retail properties. (By Johnny Diaz, Globe Staff)
Just days after the funeral of Jaewon Martin, the 14-year-old boy recently killed on a city basketball court, clergy in predominantly African-American congregations across Boston spoke out against youth violence. (By Peter Schworm, Globe Staff)
Homeland Security intends to acquire 4.9 acres of border land on a dairy farm owned by the Rainville family. Last month, the Rainvilles learned that if they refuse to sell the land for $39,500, the government intends to seize it by eminent domain. (By David Filipov, Globe Staff)
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