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Uneven response
on House earmarks

Despite a new rule, some members of the state's congressional delegation have put their earmark requests in obscure corners of their websites.
(By Matt Viser, Boston Globe)

For some, job loss leads to fulfillment

Among the 104,000 in Massachusetts who have lost their jobs in the last three years are those who have ended up finding work they like even better. (By Katie Johnston Chase, Boston Globe)

Immigration suit worries governors

Democratic governors voiced anxiety about the Obama administration's suit against Arizona's immigration law, worrying it could cost the party in fall elections.
(By Abby Goodnough, Boston Globe)

Sharing story emboldens survivor

Democratic governors voiced anxiety about the Obama administration's suit against Arizona's immigration law, worrying it could cost the party in fall elections.
(By Maria Cramer, Boston Globe)

Officials want it to stay No Man's Land

Federal officials want No Man's Land, a secluded island off Martha's Vineyard once used as a bombing range, to remain closed to the public. (Brian MacQuarrie, Globe)

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