April 5, 2011
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Cape Cod prosecutors are examining a series of concerns raised about the Christian summer camp where US Senator Scott Brown says he was sexually abused as a child, including one report from a former camper who told his lawyer he was repeatedly molested there when he was 10 years old. (By Sally Jacobs, Globe Staff)
Governor Deval Patrick nominated Barbara A. Lenk to the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court yesterday, choosing an openly gay appellate judge who wed her partner following the high court’s landmark decision legalizing same-sex marriage. (By Noah Bierman, Globe Staff)
Health insurance plans to cover city and town employees cost 37 percent more than similar plans for workers at private companies, mostly because municipal employees pay minimal copayments or deductibles when they get care, according to a new statewide survey. (By Sean P. Murphy, Globe Staff)
President Obama officially kicked off his reelection bid yesterday, launching what analysts expect will end up being the most expensive political campaign in history and one that will probably rely on donors with deep pockets. (By Donovan Slack and Theo Emery, Globe Staff)
Consumers should be wary of e-mails that appear to be from businesses — including such big names as L.L.Bean Inc. and Best Buy Co. — affected by a widespread data breach at a Texas marketing firm, retailers and online security analysts said. (By D.C. Denison, Globe Staff)
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