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Gov. Charlie Baker on Friday vetoed a bill making immigrants without legal status eligible to seek state-issued driver’s licenses, saying the Registry of Motor Vehicles, an agency that he oversees, doesn’t have the ability to verify the identities of potential applicants.

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Gov. Charlie Baker on Friday vetoed a bill making immigrants without legal status eligible to seek state-issued driver’s licenses, saying the …

MCLA Arts and Culture will host an artist talk and book signing with photographer Lydia Panas from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, June 3, at MCLA Gallery 51 on Main Street. A screening of Panas’ work will follow from 9 to 10 p.m. at Mass MoCA.

On its surface, Arlene Hutton’s gentle, unassuming play, “Last Train to Nibroc,” is a boy-meets-girl love story that begins on a crowded train in the winter of 1940 and ends in the spring of 1943 on a porch in rural Kentucky. Simple … and, at the same time, as complex as the lives of Hutton’s characters, May and Raleigh, played by Elisheva Novella and Clayton Rardon in director Sky Vogel’s earnest, if less than fully satisfying production at Ghent Playhouse.

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