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An incumbent goes down in Missouri as anti-establishment candidates make their mark
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An incumbent goes down in Missouri as anti-establishment candidates make their mark
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Kennedy, Markey press for votes on eve of mail-in balloting
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Kennedy, Markey press for votes on eve of mail-in balloting
With just days to go before mail-in ballots begin arriving in voters’ mail slots, U.S. Senator Ed Markey and U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy III crisscrossed the city appealing for votes Sunday.
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Barr: Crime more dangerous to black people than systemic racism in police departments
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Barr: Crime more dangerous to black people than systemic racism in police departments
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Raise Up Massachusetts calls on Mass. legislators to invest in public services
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Raise Up Massachusetts calls on Mass. legislators to invest in public services
Raise Up Massachusetts, a coalition of community, labor and faith groups, launched its “Invest in Our Recovery” campaign last Wednesday in front of the Bruce C. Bolling Municipal Building.
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Senate police reform bill takes aim at profiling, use of force
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Senate police reform bill takes aim at profiling, use of force
Massachusetts Senate leaders gathered in front of the State House Monday to announce a new police reform bill aimed at increasing police accountability and curbing abuse.
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BPS picks exam vendor in spite of task force call for moratorium
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BPS picks exam vendor in spite of task force call for moratorium
Boston Public Schools officials announced on July 2 the selection of a new standardized test for admission to its three exam schools, just two days after the BPS-appointed Opportunity and Achievement Gap Task Force voted unanimously for a moratorium on exam school testing during the COVID pandemic.
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Pressley hits Israel on annexation plan
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Pressley hits Israel on annexation plan
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Is Walsh's response to Boston's racial inequities enough?
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Is Walsh's response to Boston's racial inequities enough?
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Council budget vote splits on race lines
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Council budget vote splits on race lines
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Will demonstrations lead to substantive change?
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Will demonstrations lead to substantive change?
Black elected officials’ long-sought efforts to reform police practices are getting a new hearing after more than a week of demonstrations across the nation over the police killing of Minneapolis resident George Floyd.
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Black Democrats: ‘Choose a sister’
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Black Democrats: ‘Choose a sister’
Black political activists say Biden must choose a black woman as a running mate if he is to capitalize on support from Democrats’ most loyal base in the November presidential election.
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Making vote-by-mail inclusive
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Making vote-by-mail inclusive
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