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Two high-profile Democrats, the lieutenant governor and a candidate for state auditor, acknowledged yesterday that they also had not paid required taxes on investment income earned on their campaign accounts. (By Frank Phillips and Michael Levenson, Globe Staff)
The owner of a Weymouth construction company appears to be the key witness federal prosecutors used to charge a former executive of Boston developer WinnCompanies this week with making illegal campaign contributions to politicians in order to advance the company’s business interests. (By Jonathan Saltzman and Casey Ross, Globe Staff)
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley said yesterday that the board of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center should do "some soul-searching" about chief executive Paul Levy's ability to continue leading the hospital. (By Liz Kowalczyk, Globe Staff)
Bedbugs - which hide in mattresses and bite people while they sleep - are constantly in the news, and hotel and inn operators are feeling particularly vulnerable. (By Linda Matchan, Globe Staff)
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