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Both the Massachusetts House of Representatives and the Massachusetts Senate have approved similar amendments that would expand access to abortion within the state. These votes have made it so Gov. Charlie Baker is likely to have to review the amendment. 

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COVID-19 vaccine trials from Moderna, Pfizer and BioNTech have recently been showing promising results. In the first two weeks of November, both American Big Pharma company Pfizer and its German partner BioNTech and American biotech company Moderna have shown results of a possible COVID vacc…

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On Sunday, Nov. 15 at approximately 7:27 p.m. Boston time, the aerospace manufacturer and space transportation services company known as SpaceX held a big event at the Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Complex 39A in Florida. This 4-hour event was made in celebration of the launch of Falcon 9’s …

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On Tuesday, Nov. 10, the Affordable Care Act faced its third challenge in the Supreme Court. Despite the six to three conservative majority in the Court, it does not appear likely that the legislation will be struck down. 

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Former Vice President Joe Biden has now become President-elect Joe Biden, and Sen. Kamala Harris has now become Vice President-elect. But what happens now? Between now and Jan. 20, what does the road to the White House look like? The Trump campaign and President Trump himself have not conced…

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After a long week of waiting for the results of mail-in ballots to be counted in various states, the results of the contested presidential election are finally in. The Associated Press announced early in the afternoon on Saturday, Nov. 7 that former Vice President Joe Biden had won the 2020 …

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How do we acknowledge the decision to serve, and the subsequent sacrifice veterans and their families make? How do we remember the fallen, or others impacted by war or military service?  How do we heal the visible and invisible wounds that have been inflicted during conflict or peacetime mis…

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North Quincy High School transitioned to full remote learning for two weeks after reports of students attending a party were revealed over Halloween weekend. 70 students were reported to be at a party over Halloween weekend.

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On Thursday, Oct. 29, Chancellor Marcelo Suárez-Orozco sent out an email to the campus community stating that the majority of courses will be held remotely once again during the Spring 2021 Semester.

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After breaking record numbers in early voting, the 2020 election took place on Tuesday, Nov. 3, with Democratic candidate Joe Biden and incumbent Republican Donald Trump engaging in a tight race for the presidency, counting on several swing states to make the final call.

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On Monday, Oct. 26, the Senate voted 52–48 to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. Later that night, she was sworn in by conservative Justice Clarence Thomas on the south lawn of the executive mansion at the White House.

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A Boston ballot drop box was deliberately set on fire on Sunday, Oct. 25, damaging dozens of ballots. The following day, scorched up mail was found in a U.S. Postal Service mailbox close to the site of the drop box arson. It is not yet clear if the instances are connected.

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On Monday, Oct. 19, the Boston Planning & Development Agency and Accordia Partners held their first public meeting regarding the new development project, Dorchester Bay City. The development team spoke to their expansive plan, and the public responded.

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With California’s wildfires spreading increasingly, the debate over climate change is at the forefront of the issues that are being talked about by both presidential candidates. Both President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden have differing plans for the climate. Here’s everything y…

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Former Boston City Council President Andrea Campbell announced her bid for mayor on Sept. 24. She is the second candidate to officially enter the race. Campbell is using her background of growing up in Boston to shed light on the environmental, legal, and health gaps facing communities of co…

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On Sunday, Oct. 11, roughly one hundred people gathered in Boston Common to protest the end of the Massachusetts statewide eviction moratorium, and rallied to support the passage of a bill that would extend the ban.