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Massachusetts Opinion Spotlight

POLL: Do You Think There Should Be A Harsher Punishment For The Man Leaving Used Needles On Gov. Baker'S Property?

BOSTON (WWLP) – A district court judge in Lynn heard from the first lady of the Commonwealth Monday about an incident that took place at her home in September. A man has been ordered to stay away from Governor Baker’s home in Swampscott after attending a protest at the residence and allegedly leaving used needles behind. Domingos DaRosa, a civil rights activist and City Council candidate has allegedly been picking up needles along Boston’s Methadone Mile and bringing them to the governor’s home.
SWAMPSCOTT, MA
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POLL: Are You Satisfied With The Service On The Mbta Trains?

BOSTON — On Monday evening, MBTA officials tweeted out saying the new Red and Orange Line trains will not be rolled out for at least another year. At South Station, one of the busiest train stations, where there are usually hundreds of riders a day say, it’s the same song and dance. They say the MBTA is using the pandemic as an excuse for not getting the new orange and red line fleets.
BOSTON, MA
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Do you agree with President Donald Trump cutting social security in his new executive order?

BOSTON (CBS/CNN) President Donald Trump tried to assert executive power by signing four actions Saturday, one of which will provide as much as $400 in enhanced unemployment benefits — 25% of which states are being asked to cover — after Democrats and the White House were unable to reach an agreement on a coronavirus stimulus relief bill this week.
U.S. POLITICS