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C-SPAN to televise financial hearings
By Matt Viser, Globe Staff WASHINGTON – C-SPAN cameras will be allowed to broadcast the financial regulations committee hearings expected to begin this week,...
YT: Budget BluesConcord, Upton voters approve overrides, Franklin's say no
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The Boston City Council voted overwhelmingly yesterday to approve a new labor contract for firefighters, the final step in a compromise that the city estimates will save $45 million over the next two decades. (By Andrew Ryan, Globe Staff)
The requirement that newly hired Boston firefighters undergo a physical and pass a fitness test every year is a good first step, say doctors who study firefighters’ health, but the agreement misses those most at risk — the veteran members of the force. (By Kay Lazar, Globe Staff)
In a Supreme Court fight, winning isn’t everything. It is also an opportunity to raise morale — and money — among political supporters, all in the name of supporting or opposing the nominee. (By Mark Arsenault, Globe Staff)
The NBA is making a major push to showcase the thrill of basketball and the legendary Celtics-Lakers rivalry to a rapidly growing international audience. (By Jenn Abelson, Globe Staff)
To help teachers meet the new academic rigor and to reduce socioeconomic achievement gaps that start before kindergarten, the state wants more teachers to earn bachelor’s degrees. (By James Vaznis, Globe Staff)
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