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‘All Lives Matter’: Massachusetts Mayor Apologizes For Road Sign Message, Investigation Underway

The mayor of a Massachusetts town apologized Wednesday for an electronic road sign saying “all lives matter” and vowed to find out why the message was displayed. Melrose Mayor Paul Brodeur ordered the message, which said “the safety of all lives matter,” to be taken down immediately, he tweeted Wednesday. The electronic sign was put up on Main Street and ...

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‘Irreparable Injury’: MA Pastor Sues Over Governor’s Coronavirus Order Restricting Religious Services

A pastor has filed a lawsuit in order to prevent the enforcement of Democratic Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker’s coronavirus order restricting religious services. Worcester police submitted a criminal complaint against Adams Square Baptist Church pastor Kris Casey, who has also been hit with a $300 civil penalty. The Casey’s complaint warns that he risks “civil and criminal penalties, including imprisonment,” ...

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Massachusetts Bans ‘Non-Essential’ Procedures Like Colonoscopies, Knee Replacements, Allows Abortions

Massachusetts hospitals may not perform “nonessential” procedures like colonoscopies or knee replacements, but they may continue to perform abortions. Massachusetts Bureau of Health Care Safety and Quality director Elizabeth Kelley released a March 15 memorandum explaining that all procedures which are “nonessential, elective invasive” procedures will be postponed or canceled while Massachusetts is under a state of emergency, according to ...

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A Massachusetts Abortion Clinic Is Relying On A GoFundMe To Stay Open

A Massachusetts abortion clinic is struggling to keep afloat and is using a GoFundMe account for financial support. The clinic might have to close within the next three months if it does not receive more funding. News of the clinic’s struggles comes as Massachusetts attempts to pass legislation removing parental consent requirements for minors who wish to obtain abortions. A ...

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Boston City Council Doubles Down On Sanctuary City Policies

The Boston City Council voted to update its 2014 Trust Act, a law that bars cooperation between local law enforcement and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The new amendments prohibit local police from sharing information with ICE, and requires the city to provide reports about the detainer requests ICE lodges every year.  ICE responded to the new amendments, reiterating their ...

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ICE arrests 19 criminal aliens with drug offenses in Massachusetts during 4-day operation

BOSTON – U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) officers arrested 19 individuals in several counties throughout Massachusetts during a four-day enforcement action, targeting criminal aliens who have been convicted or charged with fentanyl, heroin, and other drug-related trafficking crimes. Many of these criminal aliens were released from local law enforcement custody into Massachusetts communities with ...

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Hundreds Of Liberal Activists Protest Amazon’s Partnership With ICE

Around 300 people blocked rush-hour traffic on Thursday to protest Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), resulting in a dozen arrests for trespassing on Amazon property. “Never Again Action: Jews Against ICE,” coordinated a massive demonstration in Boston, Massachusetts on Thursday to protest private companies cooperation with the federal agency tasked with carrying out deportation orders. The demonstrators began their march ...

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Eating Their Own: Left Primaries Democrat Who Refuses to Request Trump’s Taxes

Alex Morse, 30, announced Monday plans to challenge the powerful House Ways & Means Chairman Massachusetts Rep. Richard Neal in 2020. Morse, the mayor of Holyoke, Massachusetts, is being encouraged to run by progressive Democrats who are frustrated by Neal’s delay in obtaining Trump’s state tax returns under the law passed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, NBC News reported. “There’s an ...

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Massachusetts Allocates Funds to Prop-Up Planned Parenthood

Massachusetts is the first state to set aside funding to compensate for the possible loss of federal contributions supporting women’s reproductive health clinics following a new rule under the Trump administration that prohibits federally funded family planning offices from sharing space with an abortion provider or merely suggesting having the procedure. The law approves $8 million in funding to prepare ...

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Massachusetts Set to Legalize Abortion Up to Birth

The Massachusetts state legislature is set to vote on legislation which would legalize abortion up to birth following the lead of New York and Virginia who have voted on similar legislation. The New York legislature approved a bill allowing for abortion to be legalized to the point of birth, and then in Virginia Governor Ralph Northam said “When we talk ...

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100 Years Ago Today, 2.3 Million Gallons Of Molasses Flooded Boston In A Horrific Disaster

One hundred years ago today, a tank full of molasses exploded, wiping out an entire section of Boston and killing more than 20 people. A molasses tank containing 2.3 million gallons of the sticky substance exploded on Jan. 15, 1919, while traveling across Boston’s Commercial Street, The Associated Press reported Tuesday. The explosion killed 21 people and injured another 150, according to AP. ...

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Boston CBP Discovers Artfully Concealed Undeclared Currency

BOSTON. — On November 8, 2018, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Officers at Logan International Airport discovered $4,900 in undeclared currency sewn inside an Indonesian national’s underwear. The female passenger arrived with her 63-year-old husband on a flight from Doha, Qatar. During a secondary examination the couple was asked to declare any currency and stated they had approximately $12,000. A ...

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MS-13 Member Sentenced to 97 Months in Prison for Racketeering Conspiracy

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A member of an international criminal gang was sentenced Tuesday in federal court in Boston for racketeering conspiracy reports the U.S. Attorneys Office for the District of Massachusetts. Modesto Ramirez, a/k/a “Snoopy,” 28, a Honduran national, was sentenced to 97 months in prison and three years of supervised release. Ramirez will also be subject to deportation proceedings upon completion of ...

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What’s with the Canadian flag prominently displayed at #Demvention in Massachusetts?

Canadian Flag at Massachusetts Democratic Convention 6-2-18

Democrats are holding a state convention in Worcester, Mass. this weekend and Twitter is alive with the #DemVention hashtag, but what’s with the Canadian flag displayed so prominently? Twitter user Sean Gauthier posted a picture of the DCU center that showed the happenings at the convention. “Gotta love all these Dems in one place!” he tweeted. It’s hard to tell ...

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