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Erick Erickson: Eating Crow on Donald Trump » New York Times I opposed Donald J. Trump but accept him as my president. That doesn't mean I'll accept everything he does.…

Baker: "Too soon" to know if fed funds will dry under Trump » State House News Service Gov. Charlie Baker has had little good to say about President-elect Donald Trump over the past few months, but just hours after Trump claimed victory over Democrat Hillary Clinton Wednesday morning th…

This Massachusetts elected official is in charge of implementing marijuana legalization » Mass Live The Massachusetts elected official tasked with implementing marijuana legalization, which passed through a ballot question voters approved Tuesday, said the timeline is too tight and the proposed taxe…

Geoff Diehl, Scott Brown ready if prez-elect calls » Boston Herald Amid speculation about what shape a Trump administration will take, several members of the president-elect's New England team say they're open for a place in his administration — provided the N…

Crushing defeat leaves charter-school movement in limbo » Boston Globe A majority of voters in nearly every Massachusetts community — including all the state's cities — rejected the ballot question to expand charter schools, exceeding the worst-case scenari…

Secretary holds sham hearing on records access » Dig Boston William Galvin doesn't seem to care about what the public has to say about access to records in Massachusetts. …

The Clintons were undone by the middle-American voters they once knew so well » The Washington Post Few Americans knew the voters who rejected Hillary Clinton better than her husband. He lived among them growing up, and then studied them with a fanatical intensity during his political rise. …

Berkshires still blue, but Trump fared better than Romney and McCain » Berkshire Eagle In nearly a dozen Berkshire County towns, the percentage of votes cast for a Republican president surged Tuesday, outpacing results in the last two presidential elections by as much as 30 percent. …

Rep. Kate Campanale eyes next move after victory in 17th Worcester District » The Associated Press (AP) WORCESTER – On Tuesday, incumbent Kate D. Campanale, R-Leicester, defeated her challenger, Moses S. Dixon, D-Worcester, for the 17th Worcester District State Representative seat. The day after …

Obamacare architect Gruber on Trump win: 'We are all stunned' » Boston Business Journal After a stunning victory by Donald Trump for president, health care experts and architects of the Affordable Care Act have been asking themselves one thing this morning — what next? …

Dem chair rivals focus on Baker in wake of Clinton's loss » State House News Service As the Democratic Party begins the soul-searching process after Republican Donald Trump's dramatic presidential victory Tuesday, the state party will have far less turnaround time before choosing the …

“All I can say is that we should recognize that there is no Republican alternative to the ACA that doesn't lead to needless suffering for millions of Americans,” Gruber said. “At this point we just have to hope that political self-interest and basic human decency will prevent the government from tearing up one of the greatest social accomplishments of our lifetime.”

MIT professor Jonathan Gruber

Speaking about the possibility of repealing the Affordable Care Act.

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Business

Deep uncertainty surrounds Trump's transition to power » Boston Globe On the trading floors on Wall Street, in the hallways of Congress, and throughout European capitals, the message delivered by American voters early Wednesday rang clear: This is not a reality show.…

Crash? What crash? Stocks defy prediction of a Trump meltdown » Boston Globe Conventional wisdom said Donald Trump couldn't win the White House. Conventional wisdom said that in the event of an upset, financial markets would crater. Conventional wisdom was wrong.…

Anxious investors seek reassurance over Trump presidency » Boston Globe Fear. That was the primary emotion many investors felt in the lead-up to the presidential election. …

Marijuana legalization sparks business plans » Worcester Telegram & Gazette Business owners, organizations and legislators Wednesday were considering their next moves after Massachusetts voters passed a referendum allowing recreational marijuana for adults. …

Cities, towns look to limit retail pot shops » Gloucester Times Cities and towns are scrambling to write zoning rules preventing a proliferation of weed shops in light of Tuesday's vote legalizing retail marijuana sales by 2018. …

Pot's legal, so now what? » South Coast Today Voters in Massachusetts have legalized marijuana, but it will likely be more than a year before the first pot shops open in the state. …

Westborough gets 22 new liquor licenses » Worcester Business Journal The town of Westborough will receive 22 additional liquor licenses in the next three years, the economic development department announced Wednesday.…

Massachusetts poised to set regional example as it implements legalized marijuana » Berkshire Eagle Now that Massachusetts voters have welcomed legal marijuana to the Bay State and voted to end cannabis prohibition on Dec. 15, attention is turning to implementation of the new law and whether neighbo…

Massachusetts Pot Shops Might Get Here Later Than You Thought » Boston Magazine

Education

Middle school matriculating through state planning process » ItemLive.com The Massachusetts School Building Authority board of directors voted unanimously Wednesday to advance Lynn's proposal to build two new middle schools to the schematic design stage, allowing the city t…

After charter defeat, Baker looks to close achievement gap » Commonwealth Magazine REJECTED BY THE voters in his bid for an expansion of charter school access, Gov. Charlie Baker said Wednesday he will explore other means of reducing the gap between the achievement levels of white s…

Gov. Charlie Baker says Springfield schools 'empowerment zone' could be model for Massachusetts » The Republican Gov. Charlie Baker on Wednesday pointed to Springfield's use of an "empowerment zone" as one example of policies that can be used to improve education now that voters rejected a ballot question to inc…

After charter defeat, Baker mulls other means to close the achievement gap » State House News Service Rejected by the voters in his bid for an expansion of charter school access, Gov. Charlie Baker said Wednesday he will explore other means of reducing the gap between the achievement levels of white s…

Crushing defeat leaves charter-school movement in limbo » Boston Globe A majority of voters in nearly every Massachusetts community — including all the state's cities — rejected the ballot question to expand charter schools, exceeding the worst-case scenari…

Weymouth voters reject lifting charter school cap » Wicked Local Weymouth A proposal to lift the cap on charter school expansion in Massachusetts was rejected by Weymouth voters because they had access to good information about how public schools would have diminished state…

Somerville Is Getting Its $256 Million High School » Boston Magazine The residents of Somerville voted overwhelmingly to fund an expensive new high school for the city. According to unofficial results from the City of Somerville on Wednesday morning, the school was app…

Baker: Back to drawing board on charter schools » Sentinel & Enterprise

"Education 2.0" seen as needed follow-up to 1993 law, Rosenberg says » State House News Service

Environment

Why the death of coral reefs could be devastating for millions of humans » Boston Globe Coral reefs around the globe already are facing unprecedented damage due to warmer and more acidic oceans.…

Voters in record 11 communities agree to community preservation taxes » State House News Service The results of Tuesday's election signaled a high-water mark for the Community Preservation Act, with more communities voting to adopt the open space protection measure than in any previous election.…

Health Care

Mass. seen as insulated from a Trump repeal of Obamacare » Boston Globe Donald J. Trump's upset win all but guarantees that big changes are ahead for health care in America. But Massachusetts' groundbreaking reforms of a decade ago will probably shield the state from too …

Human Services

Grandparents grapple with raising grandchildren » Cape Cod Times Grandparents raising their grandchildren face a mountain of needs, including a lack of legal help when fighting for custody, a dearth of child-care assistance, and meager health-insurance benefits to …

Awaiting state audit results, Soldiers Home head 'very confident' » The Reminder

Judiciary

Barry-Smith details role in AG's gun ban enforcement » WWLP 22 News One of Attorney General Maura Healey's top deputies on Wednesday defended Healey's controversial decision earlier this year to heighten her enforcement of the state's assault weapon ban, but suggested…

Legislative

Baker seeks changes in pot law » Commonwealth Magazine AFTER MASSACHUSETTS VOTERS just said yes to legalizing marijuana Tuesday, Gov. Charlie Baker, an outspoken opponent of the referendum, said he wants a more efficient process of permitting retail pot s…

State lawmakers looking ahead to next year » WWLP 22 News It was a historic Election Night as Americans elected Republican businessman Donald Trump to be our next President. …

Senate President Stan Rosenberg: Tax rate, edibles could be considered as lawmakers alter marijuana law » The Republican

In late-session bid, Senate sends electric vehicles bill to House » WWLP 22 News

Local Government

Springfield native Blanca Tosado appointed to Boston Residency Compliance Commission » Mass Live Blanca Tosado may have moved to Boston, but she finds herself back in her native Springfield often. …

City Councilors calling for return to civilian police commission » WWLP 22 News Ten members of the Springfield City Council are calling for a change in the way that the city's police department is run. Wednesday afternoon, the council members announced a plan to eliminate the off…

Hamilton and Wenham voting bucks local, national trends » Wicked Local Hamilton The long contest is over and Republican Donald Trump has won the presidency. Locally, voters of Hamilton and Wenham did not reflect the rest of the nation, but echoed the rest of Massachusetts by supp…

Campbell cruises to victory in 15th Essex » The Haverhill Gazette State Rep. Linda Dean Campbell, D-Methuen, reclaimed her seat for a sixth term, defeating challenger Nicholas Torresi, an independent candidate also from Methuen. Campbell took 65 percent of the vote …

Lewis wins the 7th Middlesex state rep contest » Wicked Local Framingham Framingham Democrat Jack Lewis is the new state representative elect for Ashland and south Framingham. Lewis beat out Ashland Republican Yolanda Greaves and Ashland independent candidate Cliff Wilson…

Valley braces for Trump administration » Eagle Tribune Donald Trump is about to become the 45th president of the United States, and throughout the Merrimack Valley, Republicans and Democrats alike are coming to grips with what that will mean for them and …

11 towns adopt Community Preservation Act » Berkshire Eagle The results of Tuesday's election signaled a high-water mark for the Community Preservation Act, with more communities voting to adopt the open space protection measure than in any previous election.…

Chicopee receives state grant to begin pay-as-you-throw trash collection » The Republican The city moved one step closer to changing its free trash collection to a pay-as-you-throw system that will encourage recycling and make up money lost from the closing landfill.…

No on 2, Yes on 4, and Community Preservation Act Adopted » iBerkshires At least that's what voters said when it came to Question 2, a ballot initiative calling to raise the cap on the number of charter schools by a dozen. Voters overwhelmingly shot down the expansion o…

Opinion

We would not feel so all alone » Boston Globe IF MASSACHUSETTS lawmakers had any heart, they would enact the marijuana legislation as soon as possible so that we can all get stoned for the next four years.…

The left brought the rise of Trump on themselves » Boston Globe DONALD J. TRUMP is the natural result of the left's highly politically correct, anti-white, anti-male, and anti-American rhetoric.…

Trump, the digital authoritarian » Boston Globe President-elect Donald Trump's relationship with the technology industry might best be described as . . . complicated.…

Clinton, one of a kind, will continue to inspire » Boston Globe GOOD MORNING, Hillary. You must be tired. It's been a long ride. Yet even when sick and exhausted (and frankly, none of us has been on your road), you picked yourself up.…

Women should listen to Clinton » Boston Globe SHE WAS going to bring champagne so we could toast the first woman president.…

Carr: There was more than one loser » Boston Herald Loser: Mitt Romney, maybe the biggest next to Hillary. Had a temper tantrum about Trump, who then proceeded to carry Mitt's real home state, Michigan, something Romney could never come close to doing …

Other

With Hassan win, N.H. turns another shade blue » Boston Globe In the end, voters in New Hampshire proved they deserved the attention showered on them by presidential candidates and the millions of dollars in advertisements aimed at their television sets ahead of…

Dems eye Elizabeth Warren as voice of opposition to prez Donald Trump » Boston Herald Bay State U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren said yesterday she's looking to move past her differences with President-elect Donald Trump, but party leaders say she has a chance to emerge as the face of Democr…

After election, sorrow and fear among immigrants » Boston Globe Milton Lopez opened his Everett market at 8 a.m. Wednesday, just like always, stacking the quesadillas, the fresh rolls, and the tamales for customers. …

Prospects were dim in Penn., and voters there say Trump listened » Boston Globe A day after the election that few saw coming, the road into town off Interstate 84 is still lined with blue Trump/Pence signs stuck into the ground every hundred yards or so, tacked to telephone pole…

Trump's triumph will usher in at least two years of unified GOP rule » Boston Globe Donald Trump's earthquake of a victory shook no place harder than the nation's capital, where the real estate mogul's stunning electoral triumph will usher in at least two years of unified GOP rule fo…

'I've Just Become The Other': Local Mass. Muslims React To Trump's Election » WBUR With a weary look on her face and hoop earrings made of peace symbols dangling from her ears, Asima Silva lays out a few snacks for the youngest of her five children. There's spinach and artichoke hum…

WATCH: Capuano, Tsongas, And Kennedy: Going Forward With Trump » WGBH It was a clean sweep as the Republicans now control the House and the Senate. Democratic representatives Rep. Joe Kennedy (@RepJoeKennedy), Rep. Niki Tsongas (@nikiinthehouse), and Rep. Michael Capuan…

Trump victory could mean big business for K Street » The Washington Post Donald Trump won the presidential race following a campaign where he promised to “drain the swamp” and break apart the so-called Washington establishment — but his election is likel…

Dispensing With Either Courage Or Conviction, Paul Ryan Stands By His Man » WBUR Wednesday, celebrating Donald Trump's election, Paul Ryan said that Trump would lead a “unified Republican government.” He also said that Trump had earned a mandate. He didn't mention that…

Power shift set to begin » Boston Herald President-elect Donald Trump will meet with President Obama in the White House today — two days after shocking the planet with a convincing victory over Hillary Clinton — as the focus sh…

Kennedy re-elected to third term in Congress » Wicked Local Needham After a day that started in Massachusetts and ended in New Hampshire, Incumbent U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy III has won a third term beating out Republican challenger Dave Rosa. …

Thousands Gather On Boston Common To Protest Trump Victory » WBUR Thousands gathered on Boston Common Wednesday night to protest Republican Donald Trump's upset victory in Tuesday's presidential election. …

In New Bedford, Immigrants React With Dismay, Disbelief And Dismissal At Trump Win » WBUR At a spare taqueria in a working-class section of New Bedford, Diego Raymundo takes his lunch with a basket of tortillas. Raymundo, who's undocumented and came to the country from Guatemala in 2013, s…

Dems need to reconnect with "former supporters," Neal says » State House News Service

Politics

Worcester County upholds reputation as increasingly red » The Associated Press (AP) The political map of Massachusetts after Tuesday's presidential election mirrors that of America – red in the middle. …

Local party leaders focus on Worcester after Trump election » Worcester Mag The era of President Donald Trump is arriving soon, with the Republican knocking off Democrat Hillary Clinton in a surprise victory this week.…

Medford responds to Donald Trump's election as next U.S. president » Wicked Local Medford More than 68 percent of Medford voters cast ballots for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in Tuesday's presidential election, while nearly 26 percent voted for Republican candidate and Presidential-E…

Granby, Huntington and Ware go for Trump on Election Day, break hold for Democrats » Gazette Net For the first time in decades, voters in two Hampshire County towns cast a majority of ballots for a Republican candidate in a presidential election, while voters in a third county town supported the …

Kelcourse ready for second term; Sullivan reflects on first-time loss » Newburyport News State Rep. James Kelcourse, who was re-elected by more than 2,000 votes to serve the 1st Essex District, reveled in victory Wednesday, while unsuccessful challenger Brianna Sullivan appeared to be con…

In Middleborough, most voters welcome Trump's victory » Boston Globe People across Massachusetts met Donald Trump's victory with general shock and dismay. But in this working-class, reliably Republican town, Trump's stunning election felt like a new day.…

Republicans galvanized, Democrats somber and saddened by loss » Wicked Local Marblehead “'God is great and he loves America,” said Republican Jo Del Vento bright and early Wednesday.…

Tom Brady voting record: Incomplete » Commonwealth Magazine TOM BRADY FOUND himself at the center of a storm over his possible vote for his friend Donald Trump for president. But it turns out his ballot may not even be counted.…

The shock heard 'round the world » Commonwealth Magazine DONALD TRUMP WAS elected president, upending the expectations set by virtually every poll going into Tuesday's election. He won despite alienating and attacking everyone from Hispanics to Gold Star fa…

Marginal errors » Commonwealth Magazine The ground shook at 10:25 Tuesday night. There were still a number of battleground states with incomplete results and polls remained open on the West Coast but the presidential race had a significant …

Students shout 'Love trumps hate' outside of Massachusetts State House in protest of Donald Trump » Mass Live College students opposed to President-elect Donald Trump erupted in cries and chants outside the State House Wednesday afternoon, possibly previewing a major demonstration planned on Facebook for late…

Martha's Vineyard votes Democratic in state races, legalizes marijuana » Martha's Vineyard Times Martha's Vineyard voted Democratic in all state races, and stayed aligned with the rest of the Bay State on the four ballot measures.…

Trump Is Another Republican Striking A Blow For The Way Things Used To Be » WBUR When American voters must choose a new president, reaction tends to rule. Given a choice between continuity and contrast, we favor contrast — even when the retiring incumbent leaves office with…

Trump Confounds The Pros, Connects With Just The Right Voters » WBUR When Donald Trump came down the escalator in June of 2015 in the tower he named for himself in Manhattan, few of us who do politics for a living took his off-the-cuff announcement for president seriou…

In Deep Blue Massachusetts, Pockets Of Red Celebrate Trump's Victory » WBUR Although more than 60 percent of Massachusetts voters cast ballots for Hillary Clinton this week, President-elect Donald Trump also had some strong support. Among the sea of mostly blue communities we…

Ballot question setbacks may yet aid Baker in 2018 » Boston Globe After living a politically charmed life for the past two years, Governor Charlie Baker now faces his first serious turbulence, having been dealt a setback by voters who rejected two contentious ballot…

Worcester election day turnout highest in 40 years » The Republican Worcester had its highest voter turnout since Georgia governor Jimmy Carter took on President Gerald Ford in 1976.…

Hassan Wins N.H. Senate Seat After Ayotte Concedes » WBUR Republican U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte conceded defeat to her Democratic challenger, Gov. Maggie Hassan, on Wednesday, ending what for months had been one of nation's most closely watched contests.…

Incumbents Cruise As Challengers Can't Break Into Ranks Of State Legislature » WBUR Incumbents in the Massachusetts Legislature put on a strong showing across the state Tuesday night as House and Senate lawmakers from both parties defended their seats and the Republican Party flipped…

Beverly Voters Turned Out At 78 Percent » Beverly Patch Unofficial results show that 78.61 percent of city voters cast ballots in this election: 22,233 ballots were counted out of Beverly's 28,282 registered voters.…

Some mothers excited, others 'fearful' about Trump win » Eagle Tribune Haverhill on Wednesday afternoon, Deanna Hernandez stood in the light rain outside her house, the front lawn speckled with Donald Trump signs. She was waiting for her kids to get off the bus. "We wer…

Mayor Walsh 'worried' about relationship with President-elect Trump » Boston Herald Mayor Martin J. Walsh said it remains to be seen how smoothly Boston will be able to work with a Trump White House, signaling his resistance to drastic immigration reforms and confidence the Hub will …

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker's dismal election night: Does it matter? » The Republican In July, Gov. Charlie Baker stood in the pouring rain to advocate on behalf of children seeking to attend charter schools. He met with former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and received a donation t…

UPDATE: Wong earns fourth term as state rep., Saugus voters favor Trump for president » Wicked Local Saugus Riding a wave of support in his hometown of Saugus, incumbent Republican Donald Wong beat out Democratic challenger Jen Migliore in the race for the 9th Essex District state representative seat. …

Taunton State Sen. Marc Pacheco wins by wide margin, reflects on Trump victory » Wicked Local Raynham State Sen. Marc Pacheco rode to an easy re-election victory Tuesday, taking every precinct in the district and outpacing challenger Sandra Wright by a nearly 2-1 margin in the vote tally.…

Clerk: Human error cause of wrong ballots at Haverhill poll » The Eagle Tribune State Rep. Linda Dean Campbell is crediting Haverhill poll workers with quickly resolving a problem with ballots that were mistakenly delivered to one precinct she represents.…

Trump prevails, but Dot, Mattapan are Clinton country » Dorchester Reporter Voters in Dorchester and Mattapan voted overwhelmingly for Hillary Clinton, for legalized marijuana, for a surcharge on property taxes, and to keep a lid on charter schools in an election that saw a l…

New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte concedes race to Democrat Maggie Hassan » Sentinel & Enterprise Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire has conceded and congratulated her Democratic rival Gov. Maggie Hassan. In a statement late Wednesday, Ayotte said the voters have spoken and "now it's …

Thousands fill Boston Common, curse 'racist' Donald Trump » The Republican A crowd protesting the election of Donald Trump "seemed to swell with every step from Beacon Hill to Copley Square" on Wednesday night before setting up shop in Boston Common, reports The Boston Globe…

Lesser, Humason wrap up Senate re-election bids » The Reminder

'We Need to Lead Here in Massachusetts': AG Maura Healey Responds to Election Results » Tewksbury Patch

Oil pipeline protesters lock themselves together at TD Bank in Boston » Boston Business Journal

Cape advocate says Q4 vote ends failed policy » Wicked Local Cape Cod

Spencer's Anne Gobi glad to pick up new votes in Senate district » Worcester Telegram

AG Healey: 'Worth talking about' change to Electoral College » Boston Herald

AG: 'Understandable fear' among immigrants, others after Trump election » Boston Herald

Kirsten Hughes claims enough support for state GOP chairmanship » Boston Globe

Walsh chides anti-Trump demonstrators: 'I hope they all voted' » Boston Herald

Public Health

After Colorado, 'Right to Die' movement eyes new battlegrounds » Berkshire Eagle Fortified by a victory in Colorado Tuesday, a controversial campaign to let terminally ill patients access life-ending medication is moving on to other battlegrounds across the country. By an overwhe…

Public Safety

Chief on leave of absence, expected to return » The Salem News City officials expressed confidence in the Salem Police Department and in its chief, Mary Butler, following the arrest Tuesday of longtime patrolman Brian Butler, the chief's husband, on rape and assa…

5 Investigates exposes secret deals for officers in trouble » WCVB Police officers accused of misconduct can cut little-known immunity agreements that are allowing officers to avoid criminal charges.…

State Government

Mass. official wants to extend the deadline to open pot shops » Boston Globe Just a day after voters legalized marijuana for recreational use, Massachusetts' top regulator called on the Legislature to extend the deadline for opening retail shops beyond the January 2018 target …

Charlie Baker: Lengthy 'to do' list for marijuana legalization » Boston.com Gov. Charlie Baker pledged Wednesday to honor the will of the voters on the legalization of marijuana, but said he would seek assurances that the new law is safely implemented.…

Goldberg's in charge, but Baker wants pot law implemented "briskly" » State House News Service After Massachusetts voters said yes to legalizing marijuana Tuesday, Gov. Charlie Baker, an outspoken opponent of the referendum, said he wants a more efficient process of permitting retail pot shops …

After Trump election win, Healey promises to keep Obama's legacy » Boston Globe Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey is keeping her political boxing gloves, promising to fight against President-elect Donald Trump and an all-Republican Congress if he or they attempt to unra…

Baker wants pot law implemented 'briskly' » Berkshire Eagle After Massachusetts voters said yes to legalizing marijuana Tuesday, Gov. Charlie Baker, an outspoken opponent of the referendum, said he wants a more efficient process of permitting retail pot shops …

Democrats vow to cooperate » The Sun Chronicle Senate Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell once famously said his No. 1 priority was to make sure Barack Obama would be a one-term president, signaling he would try to block all the president's…

Transportation

Caught with our gantries down » Dig Boston Surprise! The new all-electronic tolling system (AETS) that went live in Massachusetts on Oct 28 collects a lot more data on vehicles passing beneath pay road gantries than has been previously reporte…

Move to electronic tolling ahead of schedule » Boston Globe The first phase of clearing tollbooths on the Massachusetts Turnpike to make way for all-electronic tolling is wrapping up more than a week ahead of schedule, state transportation officials said Wedne…

First phase of toll plaza demolition complete in 20 of 23 locations, MassDOT says » The Republican The implementation of all-electronic tolling and demolition of the toll plazas on the Mass. Turnpike remains on-time or ahead of schedule.…

Central Square center of an MBTA protest » Lynn Daily News Item Three dozen union members demonstrated at the MBTA Station in Central Square Wednesday to protest the Baker administration's efforts to outsource jobs.…

Pollack: Toll plaza work will be completed before Thanksgiving » State House News Service The first phase of building new roadway through old toll plazas will be complete ahead of Thanksgiving and the speed limits there will soon be increased, Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack sai…

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