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Aijalon Mahli Gomes, who had been held since January, was freed yesterday at the behest of former President Jimmy Carter, and is expected to arrive back in Boston today. (By Travis Andersen and Farah Stockman, Globe Staff)
Sarah Palin, in a poke at Senator Scott Brown, said that while Massachusetts may “put up with’’ the GOP lawmaker and “some of the antics,’’ Republicans across the nation wouldn’t tolerate his moderate views and compromising ways. (By Matt Viser, Globe Staff)
US Army Corporal Eric Small came home to Mass. with two lasting souvenirs: a Purple Heart medal and a painkiller addiction. The same government that sent him to the war in Iraq balked at covering the treatment for his drug dependency. (By Joseph P. Kahn, Globe Staff)
Despite prodding by Governor Deval Patrick, legislative leaders say they are increasingly unlikely to return to session, a stance that would spell the end of gambling legislation this year. (By Michael Levenson, Globe Staff)
Safe-driving advocates, fresh off a string of legislative victories this year in Massachusetts and many other states, are now enlisting the help of celebrities as they seek to persuade the public to abandon texting while driving. (By Eric Moskowitz, Globe Staff)
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