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Globe Editorial Dismisses Unions' "Phony Charge Against Governor Baker"

Guv Is “Doing What He Said He Would…Baker Deserves Credit”

BOSTON — The Boston Globe‘s editorial board is defending Governor Baker’s common-sense and innovative reforms for the MBTA against entrenched special interest attacks. 495 more words

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Gov. Hogan Feeling Strong After 4th Round Of Chemo

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Governor Larry Hogan is heading home, after completing his fourth round of chemo.

The governor tweeted out a picture Tuesday of him and the first lady leaving the hospital. 78 more words

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Gov McAuliffe Grants Rights To Over 10-Thousand Ex-Offenders

Governor Terry McAuliffe is making good on his promise to grant rights to more felons than any other governor in a four-year term. And with that being said, Governor McAuliffe’s administration has granted the voting rights and civil rights of more than ten-thousand ex-offenders. 66 more words

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Gov McAuliffe Grants Rights To Over 10-Thousand Ex-Offenders

Governor Terry McAuliffe is making good on his promise to grant rights to more felons than any other governor in a four-year term. And with that being said, Governor McAuliffe’s administration has granted the voting rights and civil rights of more than ten-thousand ex-offenders. 66 more words

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Gov McAuliffe Grants Rights To Over 10-Thousand Ex-Offenders

Governor Terry McAuliffe is making good on his promise to grant rights to more felons than any other governor in a four-year term. And with that being said, Governor McAuliffe’s administration has granted the voting rights and civil rights of more than ten-thousand ex-offenders. 66 more words

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Gov McAuliffe Grants Rights To Over 10-Thousand Ex-Offenders

Governor Terry McAuliffe is making good on his promise to grant rights to more felons than any other governor in a four-year term. And with that being said, Governor McAuliffe’s administration has granted the voting rights and civil rights of more than ten-thousand ex-offenders. 66 more words

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Ex-Gov McDonnell Remains Free While U.S. Supreme Court Hears Appeal

It looks like former Virginia governor Bob McDonnell will remain free while his corruption convictions are on appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court. Monday’s decision from the highest court in the land comes after McDonnell failed to win retrials from lower federal courts and could not convince a federal court in Richmond to allow him to stay out of prison. 38 more words

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