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Margaret H. Marshall, the first woman chief justice of the state’s highest court and the author of the landmark 2003 decision that made Massachusetts the first state to legalize gay marriage, announced yesterday that she will retire this fall to spend more time with her ailing husband. (By Jonathan Saltzman, Globe Staff)
Margaret H. Marshall will be forever known as the author of the ruling that gave judicial approval to single-sex marriages. But lawyers and legal scholars interviewed said the retiring SJC chief justice's legacy extends far beyond that issue. (By John R. Ellement and Sydney Lupkin, Globe Staff | Globe Correspondent)
The Massachusetts Board of Elementary and Secondary Education unanimously approved replacing the state’s highly regarded academic standards yesterday with national guidelines, ushering in a wave of change in classrooms across the state. (By James Vaznis, Globe Staff)
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Governor Patrick's approach to illegal immigration has undergone a marked shift, from populist to pragmatic, at a time when the national battle over the issue has exploded in Arizona and spread to Mass. (By Maria Sacchetti and Marissa Lang, Globe Staff | Globe Correspondent)
Most professional athletes’ rings reach the open market because of what sports memorabilia dealers call “the three D’s” — divorce, drugs, and death. Now, add the economy. (By Shira Springer, Globe Staff)
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