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President Trump's ongoing drive to undo the efforts of his predecessor now include rolling back an Obama administration executive order that blocked armored vehicles, high-caliber weapons and other … more
Protecting women's reproductive rights in Massachusetts against assaults from Washington will require a team effort among men and women, lawmakers and health insurers. An example of how this works … more
As one parent aptly put it during a rather rancorous school budget meeting last year at Berkshire Hills Regional School District: To cut arts funding in Berkshire schools is "like Palo Alto schools … more
The National Rifle Association Thursday, reacting to the worst gun massacre in U.S. history, offered an encouraging suggestion going forward from this tragedy. The NRA went on to dilute that nugget … more
The old "reefer madness" stigma associated with marijuana is hard to shake. Despite the fact that its growth, processing, sales and use have been legalized in other states — and last November, … more
Rape and sexual assault have been mankind's scourge since before they were even recognized by society as crimes. Even today, there are cultures where acts of violence against women are still condoned, whether or not laws exist to criminalize … more
Seeing is believing, but one's vision can become cloudy when it comes to deciding whom to believe in the highly specialized world of eye care. Currently, Massachusetts is the only state in the … more
This is a defining mayoral election for North Adams, the first one in the city in three decades that does not include an incumbent mayor. It features two candidates in Tom Bernard and Robert Moulton … more
Politicians flip-flop. It goes with the turf, like kissing babies and eating rubber chicken lunches. Flip-flops can be charitably characterized as a "change of heart," when the reasons are legitimate, but when they arise out of political expediency … more
An argument for the use of the overdose treatment drug naloxone is that it requires those rescued to receive long-term treatment for their addiction. A study released Monday indicates that this link … more
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