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Mike Ryan, president of the Friends of the Middlesex Fells Reservation, outside the park’s Wright Tower, which has been locked up since it was vandalized in July.
Mike Ryan, president of the Friends of the Middlesex Fells Reservation, outside the park’s Wright Tower, which has been locked up since it was vandalized in July. (Globe Staff Photo / Joanne Rathe) Globe Staff Photo / Joanne Rathe

Green movement pales in Bay State

Cuts hobble parks, pollution control

By Beth Daley
Globe Staff / February 21, 2005

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Massachusetts was once a favorite of the national environmental movement, passing some of the country's strongest laws to protect its air, water, and land. But today, after 15 years of budget cuts, it is failing to deliver key services. (Full article: 1064 words)

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