... MassINC criminal justice summit May 15 will feature Gants, Rep. Clark ...... Senate getting ready to move out of historic chamber, hold sessions in Gardner Auditorium ...... Local road repair funding bill stalls one Senate vote shy of Gov. Baker's desk ...... After backing income surtax on high earners, Mass. House rejects bids to raise, freeze income tax rate ...... Taxpayers could save $27 million if public pension systems were consolidated, Pioneer study says ...... Voting equipment, electronic polling book regulations up for May 5 public hearing ...... State says hospital licensing regulations will remove "unnecessary requirements" ...... Domestic violence, child abuse training regulations up for May 18 BORM hearing ...... May 12 deadline for comments on MassHealth midlevel practitioner project regulations ...... Comments due by May 1 on smart growth zoning overlay district regulations ...... Former Beth Israel Deaconess chief Paul Levy to deliver health care lecture May 3 ...... Crosby says Gaming Commission has never discussed extended serving hours at casinos ...... Rhode Island picks Tufts Health Plan for new Medicaid option ...
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