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The House Republican leader said yesterday that he was prepared to vote in favor of legislation that would let the Bush-era tax cuts expire for the wealthiest Americans if Democrats insisted on continuing the cuts only for families earning less than $250,000 a year. (By David Herszenhorn, New York Times)
As the national health overhaul rolls out, the experiences of Whittier Street Health Center in Roxbury and other neighborhood health clinics in Massachusetts could prove instructive. (By Patrick G. Lee, Globe Correspondent)
Congressional Democrats face the threat of a drubbing on Nov. 2, with the distinct possibility they will lose control of the House to Republicans. To limit the damage, the party is counting on superior organization and more money. (By Matt Viser, Globe Staff)
After years at barricades, protesting everything from nuclear war to global warming, Frances Crowe of Northampton, at 91, remains part of the vanguard of antiestablishment movements. (By David Abel, Globe Staff)
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