Under Pressure, MA Governor Agrees to Sign ‘Imperfect’ Crime Bill

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Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick, ­under intense pressure from police and from victims' relatives, said Tuesday that he would sign legislation that removes the possibility of parole for certain repeat offenders, even though he believes the bill does not give judges enough flexibility in sentencing, says the Boston Globe. “It's not a perfect bill, it's not
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