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Money flows in
auto bill battle

A measure that could make car repairs less expensive for consumers heads to a vote on Beacon Hill today amid a torrent of lobbying by some of the country’s most powerful corporations. (By Megan Woolhouse, Globe Staff)

Security high as Yemeni LNG arrives

Before the massive tanker filled with liquefied natural gas sailed into Boston Harbor early yesterday from Yemen, a special Coast Guard team boarded and searched the ship, scanned the hull for explosives, and recorded the faces, retinas, and fingerprints of crew members. (By David Abel and John M. Guilfoil, Globe Staff)

Outside donations buoyed Brown

As polling showed Scott Brown closing in on Democrat Martha Coakley late in the race, out-of-state money gushed into his coffers, according to Brown's 4,461-page campaign finance report, filed with the Federal Election Commission. (By Brian C. Mooney, Globe Staff)

Campaign financing shift may aid critics

The Supreme Court’s watershed decision on campaign finance, lamented by critics who say it gives undue influence to corporations, could strengthen the very advocacy groups that oppose the ruling. (By Jeremy Herb, Globe Correspondent)

Hub’s new House of Blues
takes a place on top of the world

According to Pollstar, the concert industry's trade publication, Boston's House of Blues sold more tickets last year than any other club in the world. (By James Reed, Globe Staff)





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