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Brian Kimerer says, "The fact is that our library is housed in a very sick building."
The Boston Globe reports that the Transportation Security Administration unveiled new body scanners that show less details to TSA screeners. Does this cool the debate over the scanners, or are they still worrisome?
Starting Jan. 1, a new law will require that vehicles in Massachusetts be registered only by someone with proof of legal residence. Is this a backdoor way for immigration enforcement, or common sense?
Dr. Helen Carter is no longer accepting patients who weigh over 200 pounds or have a Body Mass Index (BMI) over 30. What do you think about her new rule?
Let us know your thoughts on presenting government-issued ID when voting for the general election in 2012.
A new law signed by Gov. Deval Patrick would prevent cities and towns from instituting breed specific dog rules.
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