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The 2010 elections in Massachusetts took a toll on women in both the House and Senate.
Jon Keller takes a look at how the election results are getting spun on both sides of the aisle.
Governor Deval Patrick says his priorities are creating more jobs, cutting health care costs, continuing pension reform, and overhauling the probation and parole system.
Senators Scott Brown and John Kerry are reluctant to analyze the disparity between state and national results.
Massachusetts voters say “yes” to repealing the alcohol tax.
Massachusetts voters have rejected Question Two, which would have kept the state’s main affordable housing law intact.
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