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Support for state
health law rises

Support for the Massachusetts universal health care law has increased since 2009, according to a poll — even as the law has become the subject of blistering attacks in national and presidential politics, and health care costs soar. (By Kay Lazar, Globe Staff)
Stanley Cup Final, Game 2 | Canucks 3, Bruins 2

OT heartbreaker for Bruins

The Bruins lost to the Vancouver Canucks last night when Alex Burrows — the guy who bit Patrice Bergeron in Game 1 and should have been suspended — scored just 11 seconds after the puck was dropped in overtime.
(By Dan Shaughnessy, Globe Columnist)
Kevin Cullen

A woman, her little dog, and a twister

From Springfield, a tale of green skies, sheer terror, and the random power of fate. (By Kevin Cullen, Globe Columnist)

Unforgiven, and never forgotten

At Camp Good News, a counselor suspected of abuse went unchecked, and there may have been others. Now, more than a dozen former campers are coming forward, hoping justice will at last be done.
(By Sally Jacobs and Shelley Murphy, Globe Staff)

Coming back in style

Middle-class blacks who live in Boston’s suburbs — or even nearby states — return to barbershops and beauty salons across city for a dose of culture and a hairstyle.
(By Akilah Johnson, Globe Staff)


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