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The Supreme Judicial Court yesterday upheld the power of the state’s top administrative judge to enforce fair hiring policies at the troubled Probation Department. (By Scott Allen, Globe Staff)
As the Iraq war draws down, the collection of so much personal information from ordinary Iraqis and suspected insurgents has raised questions about how data gathered during wartime should be used during times of peace. (By Farah Stockman, Globe Staff)
Genzyme Corp. swiftly rejected an $18.5 billion takeover bid by Sanofi-Aventis AG yesterday, setting the stage for a protracted tug of war between the two drug makers, with the fate of the state’s biggest biotech company hanging in the balance. (By Robert Weisman, Globe Staff)
This morning, after a decade of controversy and soaring costs, the city’s residents will get to decide for themselves whether the new Newton North High School is worth its nearly $200 million price tag. (By Erica Noonan, Globe Staff)
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