The Massachusetts Miracle:
This New York Times graph on the Massachusetts health care bill can be
cut and pasted into Gov.
I am writing with news that I would like to share with you personally,
because of your support for my work and my candidacy for District
Attorney of Middlesex County. After great soul-searching, I have
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Cape Wind officials held a press conference downtown this morning, to warn the public that back-room deals in Washington, DC threaten the future of their proposed offshore wind farm in Nantucket Sound.
It looks like Alaskan representative Don Young's amendment, which would have killed the project immediately, is off the table, but it's been replaced by a compromise amendment, proposed by Alaskan senator Ted Stevens, which singles out Cape Wind, and gives ultimate last say to the state.
For the record, Scot [Globe columnist Scot Lehigh] asked me about this issue two weeks ago in a
STATEMENT FROM DEVAL PATRICK ON TODAY'S SJC DECISION ON THE 1913 LAW
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And as for Card, there are rumors that he will jump into the race for governor
in Massachusetts, where incumbent Republican Mitt Romney is leaving after one
term, and where Romney's lieutenant governor, Kerry Healey, is not doing so
[Deirdre Fulton guest-blogging.]
Today's meeting comes on the heels of yesterday's news that the council violated the city's Open Meeting Law and will be fined $11,000. Let's see if anything seems different.
11:40 a.m.: I arrive late (I know, I'm a hypocrite, but who can find a parking spot around here?), and things are already underway --- with everyone here.