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A stimulating vision

A $77 million federal stimulus grant given to Reveal Imaging Technologies Inc. last spring has radiated through the economy, saving and creating jobs at local firms. (By Robert Gavin, Globe Staff)

Debate around meals tax heats up

Seven months after Massachusetts communities were given the ability to boost the local meals tax, groups that lobbied for the legislation are finding more resistance than they expected. (By Eric Moskowitz, Globe Staff)

A candidate in search
of the common touch

Charles Baker, the Republican candidate for governor, is searching for the right way to connect with voters in his first run for high office. (By Michael Levenson, Globe Staff)

If the shoe fits, they’ll copy it

Jeannie Suk, a Guggenheim fellow at Harvard Law School well-known for her teachings on feminism, has become a sought-after authority in a debate about knockoff clothing in the fashion world.
(By Christopher Muther, Globe Staff)


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