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Brown, GOP block financial vote
By Matt Viser, Globe Staff WASHINGTON – Senator Scott Brown this afternoon joined Republicans in temporarily blocking a massive overhaul of the financial industry....
YT: Budget BluesHull rejects tax hike, meaning no money for school sports
By Johanna Seltz, Globe Correspondent For the second year in...
Massachusetts education officials are quietly putting together a proposal to scrap the controversial MCAS exams in English and math and replace them with new tests they are developing with about two dozen other states. (By James Vaznis, Globe Staff)
With a strong anti-establishment mood sweeping the country, Republican Linda McMahon’s candidacy in Connecticut has gone from a curiosity to a genuine threat. (By Susan Milligan, Globe Staff)
Opposition began mounting on the City Council yesterday against an arbitration award for Boston firefighters, with Council President Michael P. Ross threatening to vote against the contract unless the union makes “meaningful concessions.’’ (By Andrew Ryan, Globe Staff)
The Defense Department authorized the hiring this week of an outside contractor to confidentially gather the views of troops and their families on the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’’ policy, several Pentagon officials privy to the deliberations said. (By Bryan Bender, Globe Staff)
Andrew Wesman’s film — a dark, brooding story about a 14-year-old who kills her parents — is one of only two accepted from this country at the renowned Cannes Film Festival in France. (By Linda Matchan, Globe Staff)
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