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If there’s a world capital for gee-whiz tech toys this week, it’s the Consumer Electronics Show.
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Republicans seek repeal
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A group of Republican lawmakers demanded the repeal of the financial regulatory law, saying the measure is hurting the economy. (Boston Globe)
Shellfishermen digging Dorchester beach
After years of cleanup and testing at Malibu Beach, the state is allowing some harvesting. Chet MacDonald, left, of Natick and Winthrop’s Mike Inacio dug up clams yesterday.
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Wilkerson receives 3½ years in prison
Brushing aside pleas for mercy, a federal judge sentenced former state Senator Dianne Wilkerson for taking $23,500 in bribes. (Boston Globe)
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Patrick begins 2d term urging hard work
Declaring the “American dream’’ is at stake, Governor Patrick called on Massachusetts residents and leaders to make the tough decisions necessary to leave the state in better shape for their children. (Boston Globe)
Sentiment mounts to halt parole hearings
Dozens of police chiefs and several state senators blasted the decision to free a criminal who shot and killed a Woburn police officer.​(Boston Globe)
Holidays give Mass. retailers a big lift
Bay State sales surged 7.6 percent, far outpacing projections and the nationwide increase. (Boston Globe)
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Joan Vennochi
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Market will stabilize, but don’t expect boom
The Massachusetts housing market will remain stable in 2011, with no dizzying ascents or dramatic drops.
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