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The former governor has faced a fusillade from the right for the plan they call RomneyCare. But a look back at the birth of the Mass. law shows why he can’t, and won’t, back away. It was an amazing political feat, and no one’s role was bigger than his. (By Brian C. Mooney, Globe Staff)
Concrete surrounding an electric tunnel at Seabrook Station nuclear power plant has lost almost 22 percent of its strength because it has been saturated with ground water for more than a decade, according to a new Nuclear Regulatory Commission inspection report. (By Beth Daley, Globe Staff)
THE ENDGAME IN IRAQ
The mammoth job of collecting, counting, and removing the 1.52 million pieces of government equipment and 1.48 million US-owned “non-rolling stock,’’ such as gym equipment, tool sets, and office furniture, that remain in Iraq is being coordinated from Joint Base Balad north of Baghdad. (By Brian MacQuarrie, Globe Staff)
The Perfect Paws Pet Ministry at Calvary Episcopal Church marked its first anniversary this month. The ministry welcomes all animals — as long as they’re well behaved. (By Bella English, Globe Staff)
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