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Obama seeks $4 trillion
cut to deficit, higher
taxes for rich

President Obama pledged yesterday to pare the projected deficit by $4 trillion in the next 12 years, vowing to protect the nation’s most vulnerable while pushing again for higher taxes for its richest citizens. (By Donovan Slack and Mark Arsenault, Globe Staff)

DeLeo’s budget would curb labor

House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo, setting up a major fight with unions, proposed yesterday to strip local public employees of most of their rights to bargain over health care, as part of a $30.5 billion annual state budget that imposes the largest year-to-year spending cut in two decades. (By Michael Levenson and Noah Bierman, Globe Staff)
Brian McGrory

A charitable act goes wildly off course

Alan Lewis, the owner of Grand Circle Travel, walked into the Boston Foundation's offices one morning in 2007 and said he wanted to give the philanthropy a 40 percent share of a cruise ship. But a deal that began with smiles and handshakes in late 2007 quickly devolved into back-stabbing and double-crossing amid the economic downturn of 2008. (By Brian McGrory, Globe Columnist)

Officer who shot Easton man honored

On Friday, police in Pleasantville, N.Y., named the officer who shot and killed Pace University student Danroy "DJ" Henry Jr. Officer of the Year during an annual awards ceremony, outraging Henry's family. (By Milton J. Valencia, Globe Staff)

Parents more cautious about camp

The sexual-abuse scandal enveloping a Cape Cod religious camp is stirring unease among parents just as they finalize plans for their children's summer getaways and prompting camp officials across the region to reassure the public that their camps are safe. (By Meghan E. Irons, Globe Staff)


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