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A Boston Herald review finds that hundreds of state pensioners are bringing in six-figure benefits each year.
Protesters urged lawmakers not to pass Gov. Patrick's proposed gun control bill.
The program aims to keep a closer look at who is using welfare, how it is being used and to restore public trust in the office.
The grounds were closed after Sept. 11, 2001, but Patrick has said he wants to make the State House's iconic statue of JFK available once more.
The event was organized by Campaign for Our Communities, a coalition of more than 120 organizations across the commonwealth.
The commonwealth joins eight other states in restricting carbon dioxide emissions.
While specific deductions would end, personal exemptions would double under the Patrick budget.
The plan focuses on investments in transportation and education while calling for an income tax increase coupled with a lower sales tax.
Tell us: do you think Massachusetts needs to increase taxes to strengthen education and transportation?
The governor unveiled legislation Wednesday to strengthen gun laws in Massachusetts while increasing funding for mental health services. Sensible or reactionary?
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