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Panel approves health bill months in the making

A historic measure aimed at providing access to affordable health coverage to every American cleared a key hurdle yesterday, as the Senate Finance Committee approved a bill it had painstakingly crafted over many months. (By Susan Milligan and Lisa Wangsness, Globe Staff)

Case against DiMasi grows

Federal prosecutors allege that former House speaker Salvatore F. DiMasi had a secret financial interest in a real estate firm that managed a signature state office building. (By Andrea Estes and Matt Viser, Globe Staff)

E-mails offer candid look
at key adviser to Menino

Several thousand of Michael J. Kineavy's e-mails released yesterday provide the most candid glimpse yet of the internal workings of the City Hall.
(By Donovan Slack and Michael Rezendes, Globe Staff)

Cherished Berkshires
theater troupe imperiled

Shakespeare & Company, a theater central to the artistic life of the Berkshires for more than three decades, is facing a cash crunch so severe it would need to raise $2.3 million just to survive until March and might not meet its payroll this month, according to a report released yesterday. (By Geoff Edgers, Globe Staff)

Caution sounded on
robot-aided prostate surgery

A study raises serious concerns about robot-assisted prostate cancer surgery, a procedure hospitals have widely advertised as having fewer complications than standard operations. (By Liz Kowalczyk, Globe Staff)





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