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Internet predator
law is blocked

A federal judge blocked yesterday a new state Internet obscenity law meant to shield children from sexually explicit material, ruling that the statute was written so broadly that it would criminalize legitimate websites and general electronic communication. (By Peter Schworm, Globe Staff)
CAMPAIGN 2010 | GOVERNOR’S RACE

If he slips, his shadow will know

In an age of round-the-clock news coverage and video-sharing websites, the trackers following Governor Deval Patrick, Republican Charles Baker, and Independent Tim Cahill can instantly upload awkward moments and incautious sound-bites. (By David Filipov, Globe Staff)

Harvard looks to lift primary care

Harvard Medical School has received a $30 million anonymous gift to create a major center to transform primary care medicine, a specialty that provides routine front-line care to millions of people but that many doctors consider unglamorous and underpaid. (By Liz Kowalczyk, Globe Staff)

Farmers carve out a niche

Many farms are becoming high-concept destinations, a trend that began locally in 1998, when the Davis family introduced the term “mega,” and the corn maze, to Massachusetts agritourism. (By Billy Baker, Globe Staff)

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