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Immigrate to MA to leech off the public dole.

Law won’t let unemployed visit Mass. for benefits

By Associated Press

Friday, December 26, 2008 New federal rules will end the flow of people who travel to Massachusetts each year to claim some of the nation’s most generous unemployment benefits. Under the old rules, laid-off workers who earned wages in more than one state could file for unemployment in any…

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Up in smoke: Boston considers ban of tobacco bars

Associated Press

Up in smoke: Boston considers ban of tobacco bars

By JAY LINDSAY , 12.06.08, 05:27 PM EST Sometimes Justin Hegarty savors his cigars by himself, and sometimes he enjoys them in a cigar bar with friends. “Either way, it’s relaxing,” said Hegarty, soon after an afternoon smoke at Churchill’s cigar lounge. Hegarty may need to find a new…

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Billion Dollar Presidential Campaigns will be commonplace

Just reading on Yahoo… some snippets, relating to campaign finance Obama’s monthly figure pushed his total fundraising to $605 million. No presidential candidate has ever run such an expensive campaign. His campaign raised $65 million in August, his previous best. Obama had initially promised to accept public financing if McCain did, but changed his mind after setting primary fundraising records.…

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Prenatally and Postnatally Diagnosed Conditions Awareness Act

Both the Susan B. Anthony List (Pro-Life Feminists) and the American Association for People with Disabilities are reporting that this Act will be passed and signed by the President. Yesterday, the Senate passed the Prenatally and Postnatally Diagnosed Conditions Awareness Act (S. 1810) by unanimous consent. The bill seeks to increase provision of scientifically sound information and support services to…

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