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Here's what we know about the state's plan to revamp MassHealth » Boston Globe Governor Charlie Baker's administration on Friday received federal approval to make the biggest changes in two decades to the taxpayer-funded program called MassHealth, which provides health coverage …

How the Internet lost the election » Boston Globe In just a few hours, the election will be done and over with. (Or that's the idea, anyway.)…

Donald Trump tells NH crowd Tom Brady voted for him » Boston.com Donald Trump told a New Hampshire crowd Monday night he's been receiving words of encouragement from Tom Brady and Bill Belichick. …

Facebook is harming our democracy, and Mark Zuckerberg needs to do something about it » Vox A generation ago, newspapers and television news programs had a lot of influence over what people read and watched. Stories that made it on the front page got a lot of attention, while most people nev…

Read the letter Donald Trump says Bill Belichick wrote him » Boston Globe At a rally in Manchester, N.H., on Monday, Donald Trump read aloud from a letter that he claims Patriots coach Bill Belichick gave him. …

How to watch Election Day like a pro » Politico A timeline of what to expect and where, from dawn until late in the evening.…

Business group could help subsidize MBTA hiring, recruiting » Boston Globe The Massachusetts Competitive Partnership, one of the state's most powerful and secretive business groups, is seeking to put money toward recruiting and training employees at the Massachusetts Bay Tra…

Spending on ballot questions breaks records » Gloucester Daily Times Spending on questions on Tuesday's ballot has reached nearly $55 million, shattering records and raising concerns about the impact of outside money on public policy.…

Suburbs and the charter school question » Commonwealth Magazine HINGHAM DOES NOT look much like the sort of place where a charter school is likely to pop up.…

"I'm going to vote yes on Question 3 although I think it's a really close call. I've talked to a lot of people who know a lot about this issue who say that there's a very good case to be made for voting no on Question 3 as well,"

Governor Charlie Baker

Speaking about the ballot question that would require Massachusetts farm animals to be humanely-caged.

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Business

Quincy Center developers accused of hiding donations to mayor » Patriot Ledger Two developers behind a new boutique hotel in Quincy Center have agreed to pay $10,000 to settle allegations that they used an employee to hide donations to Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch and two other poli…

Advocates kept in dark about planned tower's shadows » Boston Globe City officials have known for years that putting a tower on the site of the Winthrop Square Garage would probably throw long shadows over Boston Common and the Public Garden, violating a state law tha…

MCCA cuts Lawn on D losses » Boston Herald The Massachusetts Convention Center Authority yesterday said it's achieved major headway toward making South Boston's popular Lawn on D financially self-sufficient after a $2.3 million loss in its sec…

Jackson Square Redevelopment Sparked With $3.4M State Grant » Banker & Tradesman

Civil Rights

Judge sides with ACLU in voter registration case; allows 3 people to vote despite missing deadline » The Republican A Suffolk County judge decided to allow three state residents who missed the state's voter registration deadline to be able to cast provisional ballots on Tuesday, but declined to declare the existing…

Judge Sides With ACLU In Mass. Voter Registration Case » WBUR Three people who missed the state's voter registration deadline will be allowed to cast provisional ballots on Election Day. A judge ruled in favor of the three plaintiffs on Monday in a case brought…

A guide to voter intimidation and how to report it » The Barnstable Patriot On the eve of Election Day, civil rights groups and local election officials were reminding voters of the state and federal laws protecting against voter intimidation and advising them where to go if …

Education

A final push for, against charter school expansion » Boston Globe Governor Charlie Baker made an impassioned closing argument for more charter schools at a Roxbury rally Monday night, capping a fervent final day of campaigning for Massachusetts' four ballot question…

Two Families, Two Stories: Charter Schools And Special Needs » WBUR One key point of contention in this year's debate over Question 2, which would lift the cap on charter schools, is whether charter schools serve the same mix of students as district schools. …

Opponents, supporters make last push on charter school ballot question » WCVB It is down to the wire on ballot questions in Massachusetts, and opponents and supporters of Question 2 made one final push a day before the election. …

The Nation's Best Public School System Is Ground Zero in the Fight Over Charters » Mother Jones Massachusetts' public school system is widely considered to be the best in the country. Its high test scores and minuscule dropout rates are the envy of the nation. …

Measure to expand charters championed, criticized » Boston Herald Opponents of charter school expansion fired last-minute salvos at Question 2 proponents, saying they're misreading the needs of low-income communities, while supporters like Gov. Charlie Baker said st…

How can being bilingual be an asset for white students and a deficit for immigrants? » Hechinger Report

Federal

FBI's Boston Division leaves Boston location after 23 years and moves to Chelsea » The Republican The Federal Bureau of Investigation's Boston Division has moved to a new headquarters in Chelsea after spending 23 years at One Center Plaza in Boston.…

Health Care

CMS signs off on $52B Medicaid waiver for Massachusetts » Becker's Hospital Review CMS has approved a five-year, $52.5 billion Medicaid waiver for Massachusetts, according to the Boston Herald.…

Teaching a Martian to make a sandwich helps clinicians catch medical errors » STAT News Anywhere between tens of thousands and hundreds of thousands of Americans, depending on whom you ask, die of medical errors each year.…

Housing

Baker Appoints Dirrane MassHousing Chairman » Banker & Tradesman

Human Services

Boston Ranked Fifth-Worst U.S. City for Veterans » Boston Magazine Boston is the fifth-worst U.S. city for veterans, according to a new report by WalletHub coinciding with Veterans Day.…

Attleboro Councilor Julie Hall named to state panel on veterans services » The Sun Chronicle City Councilor and Air Force veteran Julie Hall has been appointed to the Governor's Advisory Council on Veterans Services.…

New council will advise state on veterans' services » State House News Service Seeking new approaches to the old challenge of providing services at home to those who have served in the military, Gov. Charlie Baker on Friday created an Advisory Council on Veterans' Services.…

Bourne forum to focus on relatives raising children » Cape Cod Times The state Attorney General's Office will hold a "listening session" for relatives raising children because of parental substance abuse from 5 to 7 Wednesday night at the Bourne Senior Center.…

As winter nears, work on veterans build moves inside » Eagle Tribune

Judiciary

Rights' Advocates Applaud SJC Ruling Placing Limits On Solitary Confinement » WGBH The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court has ordered safeguards against long-term solitary confinement of inmates placed in segregation.…

Legislative

Lawmakers consider whether to study Boston helipad issue » Boston Globe The helipad issue in South Boston is now landing on state legislators' desks.…

Local Government

Plymouth: County Commissioners Vote to Create County Stabilization Fund » 95.9 WATD At a recent meeting of the Plymouth County Commissioners they voted to create a County Stabilization Fund, under legislation signed by Governor Charlie Baker.…

Westfield considers smoking ban on all municipal property » The Republican City officials are considering the creation of an ordinance that will ban smoking on all municipal owned property.…

New ethics rules in place for Framingham Town Meeting members » The Metro West Daily News Moving to increase transparency among its members, Town Meeting adopted new rules last week that require members to disclose any potential conflicts of interest in writing with the town clerk.…

Holyoke Council opposes resolution regarding Election Day ballot Question 4 on marijuana legalization » The Republican The City Council Monday defeated a resolution that had called for opposition to a question that Massachusetts voters will decide on the Election Day ballot Tuesday on whether to legalize marijuana for…

Opinion

Discrimination laws must be enforced » Berkshire Eagle I just got done reading the law requiring state contractors to commit to hiring people with disabilities. …

Our view: Riding the rails remains a frustrating experience » Gloucester Daily Times Residents of the North Shore have been riding the rails to and from Boston for almost 175 years now.…

Column: High energy costs are a competitive issue for employers » Gloucester Daily Times Electricity prices and uncertainties about future power supply reliability are a drag on regional competitiveness. …

Our nation cannot progress without civility » Boston Globe THOMAS FARRAGHER'S column hits the nail on the head: Civility has been a casualty this election (“Casting courtesy aside,” Metro, Nov. 2).…

A host of entry-level jobs await Mass. youth — the problem is filling them » Boston Globe WITH RESPECT to your story, “Mass. youth are left out of improving economy” (Business, Nov. 3), my real-life experience is different from the results of the University of Massachusetts stu…

Kudos to Harvard for swift crackdown on team's abusive behavior » Boston Globe SHORTLY AFTER I read the Globe's report that Harvard had canceled its men's soccer season following the discovery of continuing social media abuse exploiting Harvard's female athletes, I got a message…

Keller @ Large: Go Vote, No Excuses! » CBS Boston It's a beautiful day for voting, don't you think? And if you're among the 80-percent of us who didn't vote early, this is your last chance.…

Election Day Abstinence: A Coward's Way Out » WBUR

Other

Battenfeld: Every vote will count as race goes down to wire » Boston Herald It's finally over. Maybe. The longest, strangest election in modern history is now in the hands of millions of anxious voters who decide whether Republican Donald Trump or Democrat Hillary Clinton wil…

Melissa Joan Hart of 'Clarissa Explains It All' joins Libertarian VP nominee Bill Weld for Election Eve rally » The Republican Two people who rose to nationwide fame in the 1990s are set to appear in Boston for an Election Eve rally on behalf of the Libertarian presidential ticket.…

Voters cast ballots for president, US senator in all-important N.H. » Boston Globe Granite State voters queued at polling stations early Tuesday to vote on high-profile, competitive races for the presidency, US Senate and governor.…

Weld urges support for Clinton... for voters who aren't with the Libertarians » Boston Business Journal Hillary Clinton is former Gov. Bill Weld's second choice in the presidential election after his own ticket, and on the eve of election day the Libertarian vice presidential nominee suggested he unders…

Tom Brady, Bill Belichick factor in N.H. Trump rally » Boston Herald Donald Trump claimed the support of Tom Brady and Bill Belichick at an election eve rally here, looking to tilt the too-close-to-call Granite State his way and counter the rock star power Hillary Clin…

In New Hampshire, President Obama and Donald Trump make final appeals to voters » Boston Globe Both President Obama and the Republican who hopes to succeed him in the White House descended on New Hampshire Monday, a clarion signal of how valuable the small state, with just four electoral votes,…

Come(y) again? » Commonwealth Magazine The October surprise that threatened to upend the presidential race days before Election Day has turned into the November 180 that could return the contest onto the trajectory it been on after all. C…

2016 Election live-blog » Commonwealth Magazine All day tomorrow we will be live blogging turnout figures from Boston as they come in. Unlike almost everywhere else, the Boston Elections Department gives updates throughout the day on vote counts do…

If it's down to Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, should swing state people vote for Clinton? 'Absolutely,' Bill Weld says » The Republican Bill Weld, the Libertarian Party's vice presidential nominee, is aiming for his ticket to receive over five percent on Election Night, in order for them to receive "official party status."…

Did Tom Brady vote for Donald Trump? » Boston Globe Donald Trump, perhaps looking to sway some last-minute New England fans, told a raucous crowd in New Hampshire Monday that Tom Brady called the GOP nominee to say he had voted for him.…

7 Scenarios For How Election Night Might Play Out » WBUR Hillary Clinton's path relies on winning traditionally Democratic states and has several potential ways over the top. Donald Trump has a much narrower path — he has to run the table in toss-up …

2016 election: Actress Melissa Joan Hart explains why she's voting for Gary Johnson and Bill Weld » The Republican Melissa Joan Hart, the actress who starred in TV hits like "Clarissa Explains It All" and "Sabrina The Teenage Witch," appeared with Libertarian VP nominee Bill Weld, urging voters to pull the lever f…

Mass. must try its hand at online Lottery games » Sentinel & Enterprise State Treasurer Deborah Goldberg finally formally acted on her intentions last week by filing a bill that would authorize the Massachusetts State Lottery to offer games over the Internet through smart…

Man named Clinton talks up Trump » Boston Herald

Weld supports Questions 2, 3 and 4, opposes Question 1 » State House News Service

Tuesday's results will have bearing on status of third parties » State House News Service

Politics

Democratic city leader predicts big turnout in election » Newburyport News This election year has pushed many political operatives into action, and Charlie Tontar, who heads the Democratic City Committee here, has been working both the national election (in New Hampshire) an…

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker says he will not be voting for president » WCVB Gov. Charlie Baker is encouraging every Massachusetts resident to vote, but says he plans to leave part of his ballot blank on Tuesday.…

Judge says three late registrants may cast provisional ballots » The Republican A Superior Court judge on Monday issued an order that will allow three Massachusetts residents who registered to vote after the Oct. 19 deadline to cast provisional ballots in Tuesday's election.…

Who's supporting Eric Lesser and James 'Chip' Harrington? » The Republican Both Democratic State Sen. Eric Lesser and Republican challenger James "Chip" Harrington have attracted some high profile supporters in their race for the First Hampden and Hampshire District Senate s…

Cape and Islands Voters Face Several Contested Races » Cape Cod Online Cape and Islands voters have several local races to decide on during today's election.…

Wealthiest towns home to big political donors » Wicked Local Salem With some exceptions, residents of affluent communities are more likely to be among the most politically engaged when it comes to donating money to candidates, ballot campaigns and PACs.…

State Senate candidate 'Chip' Harrington praises Gov. Charlie Baker's downballot campaigning » The Republican He's watched the New England Patriots on television with fans at a bar in Springfield. He's raked a homeowner's leaves in Lawrence. And he's knocked on doors on Cape Cod.…

The 8 biggest Election Day stories for New Englanders » Boston.com After one of the longest campaign seasons in recent memory, Election Day 2016 is finally here. …

4 Things to Know About the State Rep.'s Race in Stoneham and Winchester » Somerville Patch The state Rep.'s race in Stoneham and Winchester will be decided Tuesday, ending a hotly-contested race between incumbent Rep. Michael Day and Stoneham selectwoman Caroline Colarusso.…

Volunteers plan to help Spanish-speaking voters at polls in Northampton, Amherst » Hampshire Gazette The city is taking steps to help Latino voters navigate Election Day by placing Spanish-speaking translators at certain polling locations.…

As a divisive campaign ends, churches offer vigils, prayer for healing » Boston Globe They sat in silence in the old stone church, deep in thought, the turbulence and traffic of the world outside reduced to shadows and light at play on the walls.…

Baker supports farm animal treatment ballot question » The Lowell Sun Coming down on the opposite side of those who oppose a new "food tax," Republican Gov. Charlie Baker on Monday said he will support the ballot question that would require all meat and eggs produced an…

'Disappointed' Gov. Charlie Baker leaves presidential ballot blank » Boston Herald Gov. Charlie Baker, the state's most prominent Republican, did not cast a vote for president of the United States for the first time in his life today.…

Mass. voters have more than the White House on the ballot » Boston Globe In Massachusetts, a securely blue state that has voted Democratic in every national election since 1984, the outcome of Tuesday's presidential balloting is not much in doubt.…

Here's how Gov. Charlie Baker is filling out his Election Day ballot » Boston.com Gov. Charlie Baker may not be giving his vote to a presidential candidate, but that doesn't mean his entire ballot will be blank.…

Framingham: The Black Church, The Black Vote, This Election » WGBH The number of African-American voters in America has increased steadily from 12.9 million in 2000 to 17.8 million in 2012.…

More than one in five Mass. voters have already cast ballots » State House News Service More than 1 million people cast their ballots during Massachusetts' first early voting period, according to Secretary of State William Galvin, who predicted that over 3 million people will vote in thi…

Some contested races get ugly » Daily Times Chronicle The time is nigh (for some). Tomorrow, Nov. 8, residents across the United States who haven't done so will cast their vote for president/vice-president and other, local races.…

Ballot Breakdown: Massachusetts » ABC 6 Massachusetts voters have four ballot initiatives to vote on Tuesday. We've broken down all four questions. Below is a link to a sample ballot in Massachusetts. …

Money Pours Into Massachusetts Ballot Questions » WBUR In Massachusetts, the most fiercely fought campaigns are over the four ballot questions -- and it's been a very expensive fight. Committees for and against each question are required to file their fi…

Dempsey has $550K in campaign chest » Eagle Tribune State Rep. Brian Dempsey last had an election challenge more than a decade ago, but he says the $550,000 in his campaign account could come in handy if someone does run for his seat.…

Global stocks steady as investors await US election results » The Lowell Sun Global shares were steady Tuesday following strong Wall Street gains as investors focused on the final hours of a tight U.S. presidential race. KEEPING SCORE: In early trading, Germany's DAX edged 0.…

Donald Trump tells New Hampshire rally Tom Brady voted for him and Bill Belichick wrote him a letter of support » The Republican Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton were in New Hampshire on Monday drumming up support in the swing state for the final push toward Tuesday's election. In his rally, Trump read a letter that he said wa…

Election Day is here, thousands flock to the polls in the Attleboro area » The Sun Chronicle The day has been on the calendar, been discussed and been analyzed for months, and it's finally here. Thousands of Attleboro area voters trekked to the polls Tuesday morning, casting ballots in the di…

President Obama Passes the Torch to Hillary Clinton, Officials Prepare for Chaotic Election Day and More » Somerville Patch Americans will decide today whether Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump will be their next president after a prolonged electoral season that was never short on drama, even if it came with often toxic elem…

Moving To Canada This Wednesday? 5 Things To Know » Somerville Patch Say Hillary Clinton tanks come Tuesday, or Donald Trump takes a nosedive at the polls, and you just can't stand to stay in the States any longer. An alternative awaits just a short jog to the north. …

Galvin: More than 1M Bay State voters cast early ballots » Sentinel & Enterprise

Judge: 3 Who Failed To Register Can Cast Provisional Ballots » CBS Boston

ELECTION: More than one in five Mass. voters have already cast ballots » Wicked Local Chelmsford

2016 Election live results: Norfolk, Bristol and Middlesex District race (Ross vs. Aleksov) » Mass Live

Today in Mass., pot and charter schools grab the attention » The Recorder

Election Day 2016: Local races to watch » WWLP 22

2016 Election live results: 9th Hampden District state representative seat (Jose Tosado vs. Robert Underwood) » The Republican

Without a challenger, Solomon Goldstein-Rose preps for legislature » The Republican

Election live results: Second Essex & Middlesex senate race (Laplante vs. L'Italien) » The Republican

Moulton backs Question 2 to lift charter school cap » State House News Service

Baker sits out prez election, but notes it's "getting a lot of buzz" » State House News Service

Election Day 2016: Wong, Migliore supporters out in Saugus » ItemLive.com

Massachusetts Election Results: Turnout Strong, Differences in Opinion Stark » Somerville Patch

2016 Election live results: Second Worcester District race (Moore vs. Beshir) » The Republican

2016 Election live results: Worcester, Hampden, Hampshire, Middlesex senate race (Gobi, Ehrhard) » The Republican

Public Health

Roughly 5 Mass. Residents Are Dying Daily Due To Overdose, Most Involving Fentanyl » WBUR Fentanyl, an opioid 50 times more potent than heroin, is present in an increasing number of overdose deaths across Massachusetts.…

Flint water crisis prompts lead testing in Massachusetts schools » South Coast Today More than 99 Massachusetts school buildings across at least 22 communities have tested positive for elevated lead levels since June, when the state launched a new grant program to help schools test th…

Fentanyl fueling hike in overdose deaths » Boston Herald Opioid overdoses continue to soar in Massachusetts, according to new state data, and the deadly synthetic fentanyl is fueling the epidemic more than ever.…

Heroin-related deaths continue to decline, according to state report » Sentinel & Enterprise Deaths involving heroin continue to decline, while fentanyl-related deaths continue to rise, according to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health's quarterly report on opioid overdose deaths rel…

Fentanyl Deaths Rise As Curbing Supply Proves Difficult » WBUR The latest chart of overdose deaths in Massachusetts shows a climbing blue line labeled “fentanyl.” Pick a spot on that line in mid-August and picture a big, affable 40-year-old man from E…

Public Safety

Public safety commissioner resigns, wants to return to private sector » State House News Service Department of Public Safety Commissioner Matt Carlin is "seeking a return to the private sector" and filed his resignation Oct. 31, Felix Browne, a spokesman for the Executive Office of Public Safety …

Governor orders investigation of state environmental police » WCVB Gov. Charlie Baker is taking action after a five-month investigation by 5 Investigates exposed a troubling pattern of some environmental police officers at home on the taxpayers' dime and others out o…

State Finance

T capital spending rising, but still lags » Commonwealth Magazine THE MBTA IS HOPING to spend $870 million on capital projects this fiscal year, which is 17 percent more than the agency spent last year but still $330 million short of what it is budgeted to spend.…

State Government

'Constituent problems don't end at 5 o'clock' » Berkshire Eagle When Gailanne Cariddi first became a city councilor in North Adams after years of running a family business, she went down to the city clerk's office to ask for a job description. There was none. …

Charlie Baker not worried about report warning of voting system vulnerabilities » Boston Herald The Department of Homeland Security has found “multiple” vulnerabilities to hackers in the nation's voting systems, a published report indicates, but Gov. Charlie Baker said there was noth…

Mass. seeks to calm jitters on voting hacks » Boston Globe For all the tension surrounding Tuesday's presidential election, Massachusetts Secretary of State William Galvin said voters should not worry that foreign governments or rogue cybercriminals can alter…

Success of early voting expected to ease Election Day balloting » Metro More than one million Massachusetts residents have already cast their ballot in the presidential election, thanks to the Commonwealth's first-ever early voting initiatives, Secretary of State William …

STATE HOUSE ROUNDUP: A lot changes in a short time » Wicked Local Duxbury Not that long ago, the state's budget was thought to be cratering. Not that long ago, drivers on the Massachusetts Turnpike still had to go through tollbooths and the Chicago Cubs were still (technica…

Baker confirms probe of environmental police » Commonwealth Magazine THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE of Energy and Environmental Affairs is investigating allegations of environmental police officers spending portions of the work day at home and receiving overtime for patrolling p…

Analysis: 5 Things To Watch For Today And Tonight » WBUR Election Day is here. Here are five key things to watch throughout the day and as polls close.…

'Ballot selfies' banned in Bay State » Eagle Tribune If you're inclined to take your phone into the voting booth and snap a selfie with your ballot, you might want to reconsider: Massachusetts is one of 16 states that prohibits it. Bay State law bans t…

'SO PUMPED!' Voters head to polls in North Central Massachusetts » Sentinel & Enterprise About 40 residents lined up outside the doors to the City Hall auditorium early Tuesday morning waiting in tense silence to weigh in on the much discussed political races and ballot questions. The st…

Transportation

Councilor Tito Jackson Proposes Free T Passes for Boston's High School Students » Boston Magazine Who says there's no such thing as a free ride?…

T hires GLX manager at $280,000 base salary » Commonwealth Magazine THE MBTA ANNOUNCED on Monday that it has hired a Chicago-based construction official to oversee the $2.3 billion Green Line extension into Somerville and Medford, paying him a salary that far exceeds …

Orange Line trains turn around faster » Commonwealth Magazine MBTA OFFICIALS ON MONDAY said they have found a way to speed up their aging Orange Line trains as they wait for newer, faster vehicles to start arriving in late 2018.…

MBTA Shells Out Big Bucks For Manager Of Maligned Green Line Extension » WGBH The MBTA has named John Dalton, a veteran Chicago transit official with international experience, to pilot the shaky Green Line Extension.…

Brockton scrap yard annoys neighbors with overnight toll booth demolition » The Enterprise A Brockton-based scrap metal company is apologizing for keeping neighbors awake with noisy work in the middle of the night last week involving the demolition of state toll booths.…

MBTA's Green Line Extension Project Gets New Manager » WBUR The stalled Green Line Extension, largely mothballed as the Baker administration wrestles with its rising cost estimate, is under new management. John Dalton, a former Chicago Transit Authority offic…

Utilities

Pilgrim protesters admit to reduced charge » Cape Cod Times Three opponents of the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station will pay no penalty for conducting a sit-in at Gov. Charlie Baker's office Sept. 9 after a rally at the Statehouse.…

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