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Activists prepare for
battle over districts

Voting rights activists, 10 years after the Massachusetts House enacted a redistricting plan that illegally diluted minority voting power, are dramatically revamping their strategy, pressuring the Legislature sooner and more aggressively than they have in past decades.
(By Michael Levenson, Globe Staff)

A wary Irish welcome
for O’Malley, the Visitor

Dispatched to Dublin to assess the clergy abuse crisis, Boston’s Cardinal Sean P. O’Malley has won over many with his warm presence. The harder challenge is the church’s — retrieving the estranged.
(By Lisa Wangsness, Globe Staff)

Adrift from the church they loved so well

Many people in this quintessentially Catholic nation have had their connection to the church frayed by the clergy sexual abuse crisis, a catastrophe of historic proportions that has exacerbated a growing rift between the church and contemporary Irish society.
(By Lisa Wangsness, Globe Staff)

A deal with worrisome side effects

The last-minute deal struck in Congress to avert a government shutdown defused a crisis over spending but has also angered some Massachusetts lawmakers who see in the agreement a discouraging precedent for harder battles still to come. (By Theo Emery and Matt Viser, Globe Staff)

Hearts still touched with fire

Stories of the men who served in a Massachusetts regiment during the Civil War still resonate with relatives, 150 years later. (By Sam Allis, Globe Staff)

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