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Frustrated Amherst Rep Creates Higher Ed Virus Dashboard » State House News Service Describing herself as "disappointed" that the state does not publish a dashboard breaking down COVID-19 data across all the state's higher education institutions, a state lawmaker from Amherst set out…

Invite-Only Hearing on Baker Budget Set for Wednesday » State House News Service The committee chairs did not release a list of who will be invited to speak, but said guests will participate remotely via video or audio conference. Baker filed an updated budget plan that relies on …

Adelsons pour $75M into last-ditch effort to save Trump » Politico The GOP megadonors gave to Preserve America, a new anti-Biden super PAC that suddenly became one of the biggest 2020 spenders last month.…

GOP Sen. Ben Sasse Trashes Trump In Call With Voters: He ‘Kisses Dictators’ Butts’ » HUFFPOST The Nebraskan said Trump secretly mocks evangelicals, mistreats women, “sells out our allies” and has “flirted with white supremacists.”…

Rather than condemn the QAnon conspiracy theory, Trump elevates its dangerous central assertion » Washington Post By saying they’re “fighting very hard” against pedophilia, adherents — attuned to picking out signals that reinforce their position! — are not going to have to look hard to find a positive m…

Rudy Giuliani Is My Father. Please, Everyone, Vote for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. » Vanity Fair I have a difficult confession—something I usually save for at least the second date. My father is Rudy Giuliani. We are multiverses apart, politically and otherwise. I’ve spent a lifetime forging …

NY: Inspired by Trump, Hasidic Backlash Grows Over Virus Rules » New York Times Orthodox Jewish leaders have seen a growing, raucous faction of young men in the community, tired of pandemic guidelines and resentful of the secular authorities.…

FL: Florida Republicans cut Democrats’ registration edge to historic low » Politico Republicans in Florida, a must-win state for President Donald Trump, have narrowed the voter registration gap with Democrats to the lowest level in at least three decades, giving the GOP a shot of mom…

Progressive Push To Halt Evictions Falls Flat On Beacon Hill » WGBH The state's moratorium on evictions ends on Saturday, leaving housing activists without much hope that lawmakers will reverse Gov. Charlie Baker's decision to allow court proceedings to resume with ne…

Tran’s ethics problems at heart of reelection campaign » Commonwealth Magazine Tran won a special election in 2017 to replace Democrat Jennifer Flanagan, who was appointed by Gov. Charlie Baker to serve on the Cannabis Control Commission. Between Flanagan and her predecessor, Ro…

Rupert Murdoch Predicts a Landslide Win for Biden » The Daily Beast The Australian mogul is disgusted by Trump’s handling of COVID-19, remarking that the president is his own worst enemy and telling associates “people are ready for Sleepy Joe.”…

Legislature leaves eviction crisis to Baker, courts » News 22 WWLP.com House and Senate leaders on Beacon Hill chose not to intervene Thursday to block the expiration this weekend of the state’s moratorium on evictions and foreclosures, despite the efforts of one Democ…

"You’re the president, you’re not, like, someone’s crazy uncle who can just retweet whatever,"

NBC reporter Savannah Guthrie

Asking Trump why he retweeted a wild claim from a Twitter user about the 2011 operation to kill Osama bin Laden, which claimed the death of bin Laden was 'fake' during last nights' town hall with President Trump.

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Beltway Politics

18 hours of questions, few answers: What we learned about Amy Coney Barrett » Boston Globe Over two long days of questioning at her confirmation hearings this week, Judge Amy Coney Barrett took a particularly rigorous approach to the strategy used by all modern Supreme Court nominees: avoid…

Howie Carr: It’s a crime you haven’t heard about Hunter Biden’s latest » Boston Herald I didn’t think the Democrats were planning to dismantle the First Amendment and end free speech until after they won the election next month.…

Joe Biden leaves door open for expanding the Supreme Court during town hall » Boston Herald Democratic nominee Joe Biden left the door open for packing the Supreme Court as he pledged to clarify his stance before Election Day — one of several topics that had the former vice president in th…

GOP pushes Barrett toward court as Democrats decry ‘sham’ » Boston Globe Republicans powered Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett closer to confirmation Thursday, pushing past Democratic objections and other priorities during the COVID-19 crisis in the drive to seat Pre…

Donald Trump Town Hall: President talks jobs, economy and Supreme Court » Boston Herald President Trump at a town hall on Thursday made his case for another term saying “we’re rounding the corner” on the coronavirus and the economic downturn while talking up his tax cut, job growth…

Trump refuses to disavow QAnon conspiracy theory at town hall » Boston Globe President Donald Trump said Thursday that he couldn’t disavow QAnon because he didn’t know enough about it, but said he did endorse adherents of the conspiracy theory’s efforts to fight pedophil…

Trump again upends stimulus strategy, complaining Mnuchin hasn’t ‘come home with the bacon’ » Boston Globe President Trump called Thursday for more stimulus spending than the $1.8 trillion that Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin proposed in his talks with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, injecting more chaos int…

A combative Trump and a deliberate Biden spar from afar at town halls » Boston Globe President Trump spoke positively about the work of an extremist conspiracy-theory group, expressed skepticism about mask-wearing, rebuked his own FBI director and attacked the legitimacy of the 2020 e…

The dueling town halls were better than a debate would have been, plus more takeaways » Boston Globe No one can blame even the most earnest political junkie or the most informed voter if they decided Thursday night to just watch Netflix instead of the dueling town hall meetings involving the two majo…

Christie says he was wrong not to wear mask in White House » Boston Globe Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Thursday that he was wrong not to wear a mask at the White House, after he and President Donald Trump both came down with the coronavirus.…

Here are the issues Trump and Biden talked about during their competing town halls » Boston Globe Democrat Joe Biden says President Donald Trump has not been “chastened” by the claims of racial injustice that have marked his presidency.…

Joe Biden blew it on the court-packing question » Boston Herald With each passing day, Joe Biden’s campaign strategy looks more brilliant. From the outset, Biden refused to make himself the issue or get in the way of President Trump’s self-immolating behavior.…

Fact checking claims from Trump and Biden during their dueling town halls » Boston Globe President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden faced inquisitive voters on separate stages in different cities Thursday night in a substitute for the debate that was meant to be.…

Business

Baker Nudges Lawmakers on State's Economic Stimulus Bill » State House News Service As he ticked through the laundry list of updates and tweaks to his fiscal 2021 budget proposal Wednesday, Gov. Charlie Baker, mindful of the state's current struggles, also gently prodded the Legislat…

3 Mass. construction companies cited for allegedly withholding hundreds of thousands of dollars in unpaid wages » WHDH Three Massachusetts construction companies have been cited for allegedly withholding hundreds of thousands of dollars in unpaid wages, Attorney General Maura Healey announced Wednesday.…

Construction firms cited for underpaying workers 71% at Sutton Police Department project » Worcester Business Journal Three Massachusetts construction companies were cited for nearly $640,000 for prevailing wage violations related to work done on a Sutton Police Station project, Attorney General Maura Healey’s offi…

Seaport lab, office building gets city OK » Boston Business Journal A new office and lab building is coming to the Seaport. The Boston Planning and Development Agency board on Thursday evening approved 401 Congress, a 17-story facility to be built on a surface parking…

Hungry to top Beyond Meat’s smash IPO, new plant-based food SPAC forms in Mass. » Boston Business Journal Plant-based burger maker Beyond Meat became one of 2019’s hottest IPOs when it raised $240 million. Now, a new blank-check company based in Weston hopes to shoot past that figure and bring another p…

Civil Rights

Opinion: An accurate census ensures equity » Boston Globe That opportunity is under threat with the Supreme Court ruling this week that allows the Trump administration to end the count early.…

Middlesex DA Won't Criminalize Abortion If Roe V. Wade Overturned » Arlington Patch DA Marian Ryan joined a nationwide group of prosecutors who say they would not "criminalize healthcare choices such as these."…

AG Healey Announces Statewide Voter Protection Initiative » Lynn Journal With a clear message that her office will protect the right to vote in Massachusetts, Attorney General Maura Healey today announced major initiatives to ensure election integrity in the weeks leading …

5 Massachusetts Prosecutors Join Pledge To Not Criminalize Abortion If Roe V. Wade Is Overturned » CBS Boston Dozens of elected prosecutors have signed on to a pledge to not criminalize abortion in the event that Roe v. Wade is overturned by the Supreme Court. The pledge comes as confirmation hearings are und…

Education

160 new coronavirus cases reported in Massachusetts schools, 6 reported in Boston » Boston Herald A total of 160 Massachusetts staff and students have tested positive for coronavirus in the past week, down slightly from 163 cases during the second week of school, according to data from the Departm…

Faculty says Baker's level funding step in right direction » The Salem News A small group of Salem State University faculty gathered outside the Sullivan Building on North Campus Thursday afternoon to call for strong funding commitments from local, state and federal leaders, …

Mass. reports 92 new coronavirus cases among public school students, 68 among school staff members » Boston Globe During the week that ended Oct. 14, 92 new coronavirus cases among students and 68 among school staff members were reported to the state, according to education officials.…

Baker: Fed $$$ Help State Keep School Aid Promises » State House News Service The revised spending plan that Gov. Charlie Baker announced Wednesday includes $5.28 billion in state aid to local schools, a funding level that clocks in at roughly $108 million more than was allocat…

Lynn Resident, Andrea Gayle-Bennett, Appointed NSCC Trustee » Lynn Journal Colonel (Ret.) Andrea Gayle-Bennett has been appointed by Governor Charlie Baker to serve on North Shore Community College’s (NSCC) Board of Trustees. She brings with her a wealth of experience from…

Health Care

Baker Administration awards $6.5M in manufacturing emergency response team grants » WHDH The Baker-Polito Administration announced Thursday that they have awarded more than $6.5 million in grants to 13 Massachusetts organizations to aid them in developing new products amid the coronavirus…

3 Worcester residents among 7 indicted in state PCA fraud sweep » Worcester Telegram Attorney General Maura Healey announced Thursday indictments against seven individuals, including three Worcester residents, for alleged fraud and abuse in the state's personal care attendant program.…

Lowell home care company to pay $3.1 million for falsely billing MassHealth » Lowell Sun Altranais Home Care LLC, a Lowell-based home health care company, and its owners will pay $3.1 million to resolve allegations they falsely billed MassHealth for unauthorized services.…

Boston lab faces penalties after Covid test errors » Boston Business Journal When she first spotted ads for a child DNA test marketed by the Boston company Orig3n, Katie Stoll wanted to learn more.…

State data suggests hospital finances quickly recovered over the summer » Boston Business Journal At least half of the state's hospitals quickly reversed their fortunes in June and July, clawing back from big losses in the previous three months, according to new data from the state. But it is uncl…

Housing

Tenants Rights Activists Call For Extension Of Eviction Moratorium » CBS Boston Kevin Barnwell feels like he’s living on borrowed time in the Mattapan apartment he’s rented for nine years. His landlord, he says, has been trying to evict him and he worries he’ll be homeless.…

How Evictions Work In Mass. » WBUR The state’s moratorium on evictions is set to expire this Saturday, potentially leaving thousands of families in danger of losing housing.…

Charlie Baker is letting the Massachusetts eviction moratorium expire. Now what? » Boston.com Gov. Charlie Baker’s moratorium on evictions and foreclosures in Massachusetts is ending this weekend, even if the coronavirus pandemic is far from over.…

Lindsay Sabadosa: Evictions will leave thousands in the dark » Gazette Net Earlier this week, the power went out. Inconvenient. Frustrating. Temporary. With an unexpected break from the electronic world, there was still plenty of work to do, and none of us worried that the o…

Maura Healey calls on Charlie Baker to extend the Massachusetts eviction moratorium » Boston.com Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey is adding her influential voice to the calls for Gov. Charlie Baker to extend the state’s COVID-19 moratorium on evictions and foreclosures — at least u…

Human Services

YMCAs call on state government for funding support » Gazette Net YMCAs have played an integral part in assisting communities throughout the coronavirus pandemic. YMCAs throughout the state and locally in Hamden and Hampshire County are in need of assistance from th…

Judiciary

Opinion: Baker’s legacy is on the line with SJC picks » Boston Globe Great courts don’t just happen. A top-notch bench requires the same kind of thoughtful recruiting it takes to put together a great baseball or football team.…

Peter Lucas: In Massachusetts it’s called court ‘stacking,’ not ‘packing’ » Sentinel & Enterprise Joe Biden ought to be like Charlie Baker when it comes to packing the court. Because there is a difference between “packing” and “stacking.”…

Labor

Mass. Unemployment Rate Drops to 9.6 Percent » State House News Service The state's unemployment rate dropped into single digits in September after spending five months above 10 percent, as employers reported adding 36,900 jobs and Massachusetts continued its economic rec…

Mass. jobless rate dips below 10%, but job growth slows locally » Boston Business Journal The state’s unemployment rate fell to 9.6% in September, according to federal data published Friday, though there are signs of more economic trouble ahead as Covid-19 cases rise in Massachusetts.…

Local Government

Boston to begin ‘cracking down’ on coronavirus rule-breaking, house parties, Marty Walsh says » Boston Herald

Lowell Cancels Halloween Trick-Or-Treating After ‘Significant Increase’ In Coronavirus Cases » CBS Boston Door-to-door trick-or-treating will not be allowed in Lowell this Halloween. The activity has been prohibited because of a “significant increase” in new coronavirus cases among residents in recent…

VOTING UNDERWAY: Clerks field thousands of mail-in ballots, prep for early voting and Election Day » Gazette Net At City Clerk Brenna McGee’s office Tuesday at Holyoke City Hall, the arrival of another stack of applications from residents asking for mail-in ballots for the presidential election gives her every…

Walsh vows city will crack down on house parties and large gatherings » Boston Globe With Boston’s coronavirus rate on the rise, Mayor Martin J. Walsh on Thursday said authorities might start issuing fines to limit house parties and also possibly close parks to curb unsafe gathering…

Renee D’Argento appointed to Board of Health » Lowell Sun The Board of Health and Board of Selectmen moved late last month to fill a vacancy on the health board, in a vote that generated controversy in the small Nashoba Valley community.…

Politics

LETTER: Hewett can bring 'real change' » Newburyport News The debate between James Kelcourse and his challenger, Amber Hewett, on Oct. 8 presented quite a contrast between the candidates.…

Ed Markey raised 11 times more money than Republican challenger Kevin O’Connor in final weeks of Q3: FEC reports » Boston Herald U.S. Sen. Edward Markey raised 11 times more money than Republican challenger Kevin O’Connor between mid-August and the end of September and holds a similarly large advantage in cash on hand as the …

A call for Massachusetts to embrace ranked-choice voting » Harvard Press Two years ago, Lori Trahan won the 10-candidate Democratic primary for the Third Congressional District, which includes Harvard, with just 22% of the vote.…

Charlie Baker Says He ‘Cannot Support Donald Trump For President’ » CBS Boston Gov. Charlie Baker’s office is clarifying comments about who he plans to support for president in the 2020 election. The governor was asked at a news conference Wednesday who he’s voting for. “Y…

Gov. Baker not supporting President Trump's re-election campaign » WNYT Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker does not appear to be backing President Trump's re-election bid.…

Democrat Brian Hamlin of Plainville again challenging incumbent Republican Shawn Dooley of Norfolk for state rep » The Sun Chronicle If the contest for state representative in the 9th Norfolk District sounds familiar, there’s a good reason.…

OPINION: Letter: Calls Susan Smiley a 'worth candidate' for state representative » Worcester Telegram Sue has been endorsed by the Governor Charlie Baker, the Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito and Worcester County Sheriff Lew Evangelidis, the Clinton Police Union among many others.…

Endorsement: Endorsement for Adam Scanlon, candidate, state rep » The Sun Chronicle I’ve had the distinct pleasure of getting to know and help Adam Scanlon contact dozens of our Attleboro residents this fall. Scanlon is a strong advocate for both senior citizens and our schools. He…

OPINION: Letter: Cronin will honor citizens as state senator » Worcester Telegram John Cronin is running for Massachusetts state senator. He has served his country with honor and respect as a combat veteran in Afghanistan.. As an army captain he led strategic missions with courage …

For Gomez, Brightwood to Beacon Hill is History & a Springfield Story » Western Mass Politics and Insight Springfield politicos are no strangers to the Rumbleseat, a Chicopee pub just across the city line. Some have even held fundraisers here. Earlier this month, Ward 1 Councilor Adam Gomez sat at an outd…

Cusack, Collins Talk Coronavirus, Schools In State Rep. Debate » Braintree Patch The debate Thursday between state Rep. Mark Cusack (D-Braintree), and Republican challenger Frank Collins saw the 5th Norfolk District candidates disagree on key issues including the coronavirus respo…

Our View: Elect Rausch, Dooley and Simmons » The Sun Chronicle Three state legislative races face voters in the upcoming election: A state Senate seat for the northern part of The Sun Chronicle area, a state representative seat that includes Plainville, Wrentham …

Cronin, Tran go head-to-head in debate Thursday night in Fitchburg » Sentinel & Enterprise The candidates running for the Worcester-Middlesex state Senate seat made their cases to voters Thursday evening during a debate on the FLAP TV program hosted by FATV.…

Public Health

Massachusetts coronavirus deaths up 23, cases rise 568 a day after new high of ‘red zone’ communities » Boston Herald One day after a record number of Massachusetts communities landed in the coronavirus high-risk “red zone,” state health officials on Thursday reported 23 new virus deaths and 568 new cases.…

Massachusetts is a coronavirus ‘hotspot state’: 63 communities in the red zone » Boston Herald Massachusetts is facing “worrisome” coronavirus trends, infectious diseases experts tell the Herald, as cases continue to creep up and a record number of communities land on the state’s coronavi…

Fairhaven, Fall River and Berkley Enter COVID-19 ‘Red Zone’ » WBSM Three more South Coast communities have joined the list of Massachusetts towns and cities deemed high-risk locations for the spread of COVID-19.…

As coronavirus cases surge, cautious Somerville slips into the red » Boston Globe Since the first cases of COVID-19 began trickling in last spring, the city’s approach to the virus has been a model of caution.…

Massachusetts High-Risk COVID Communities Jump 58%; Statewide Average in Red » NBC Boston More than two dozen new cities and towns were added to the state's COVID-19 risk map on Wednesday, while only four fell off the list.…

Despite Cautious Approach, Somerville Added to Coronavirus ‘Red Zone' » NBC Boston Experts say the rising number of high-risk coronavirus communities is not surprising, but as a stark reminder for people to remain vigilant.…

Facing Many Unknowns, States Rush To Plan Distribution Of COVID-19 Vaccines » WBUR Even the most effective, safest coronavirus vaccine won't work to curb the spread of the virus unless a large number of people get immunized.…

Mass. reports 702 new confirmed coronavirus cases, 30 new deaths » Boston Globe The death toll from confirmed coronavirus cases in Massachusetts rose by 30 to 9,482, the Department of Public Health reported Friday. The number of confirmed cases climbed by 702, bringing the total …

Public Safety

Editorial: Boston police reforms could blaze a trail » Boston Globe The mayor’s political future may well depend on whether he makes good on his promises in the face of union intransigence.…

Boston police union pushes back on planned reforms, believes little will change » Boston Globe The head of Boston’s largest police union pushed back Thursday against the mayor’s recently announced slate of police department reforms, saying the initiatives are nothing more than expensive —…

Middleton Jail outbreak down to 15 cases » News 22 WWLP.com The number of active cases of COVID-19 at the Middleton Jail and House of Correction has fallen from a high of 137 to just 15, Essex County Sheriff Kevin Coppinger announced on Thursday.…

State Finance

Gov. Baker tries to restart Massachusetts budget debate » Daily Times Chronicle Besides costing thousands of lives in Massachusetts and upending the economy and schools, the coronavirus pandemic has also wreaked havoc on the state's budget process.…

Berkshire Legislators Evaluate Baker’s Latest Budget Proposal » WAMC State lawmakers in Berkshire County are reacting to Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker’s Fiscal Year 2021 budget proposal.…

Governor revises his local aid projections; most the same as last year » Worcester Telegram In a usual year, local officials complain if there is no state budget - and decision on local aid - when town meetings are held in May.…

Charlie Baker’s budget: sustainable path or one-time bailout? » Sentinel & Enterprise What revenue shortfall? That’s what Gov. Charlie Baker seemed to say with his revised $45.5 billion fiscal 2021 state budget unveiled on Wednesday.…

Baker budget packed with policy proposals » Commonwealth Magazine GOV. CHARLIE BAKER said Wednesday he understands why lawmakers are taking a long time to negotiate the bills currently pending in conference committees, covering topics from police reform to economic …

State Government

Baker names Poppe secretary of vet services » Commonwealth Magazine GOV. CHARLIE BAKER appointed Cheryl Lussier Poppe as secretary of veterans’ services on Thursday, four months after she began filling the role on an interim basis after Francisco Urena resigned just…

Salem woman tapped to head veterans affairs » Gloucester Times A Salem woman who was tapped by Gov. Charlie Baker in June to temporarily take over the Department of Veterans Services amid reports that a COVID-19 outbreak at the Holyoke Soldier's Home was badly mi…

Holyoke Soldiers’ Home former superintendent, medical director to be arraigned in November » News 22 WWLP.com Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey on Thursday announced that former Superintendent Bennett Walsh and former Medical Director David Clinton of the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home will be arraigned i…

Healey Pitches Office Services, Partnership-Building » State House News Service Attorney General Maura Healey kicked off a virtual summit Wednesday that served as something like an infomercial pitching the ways the various divisions of her office can help residents with a whole h…

Taxation

New Hampshire governor vows to sue Mass. over taxes for remote work » Boston Business Journal New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu has pledged to sue the Baker administration next week over its new rule that requires out-of-state residents to pay taxes on income they earn working remotely for Massa…

Transportation

Logan air traffic takes nosedive in Massport’s ‘worst-case’ scenario » Boston Herald Layoffs are landing at Massport — where the average employee salary tops six figures — as the agency seeks to bridge a $400 million budget gap over the next three years as a “worst-case” scena…

Toting up how T does under Baker budget plan » Commonwealth Magazine GOV. CHARLIE BAKER’S updated annual budget would direct less money to the MBTA’s operations than the version he filed before the pandemic hit Massachusetts, but the cash-strapped transit agency is…

As Logan traffic falls short of even its worst-case scenario, Massport braces for painful cuts » Boston Globe Massport is scrambling to plug a new $100 million-plus shortfall in this year’s budget, as the downturn in air travel at Logan Airport caused by the COVID-19 pandemic is turning out to be far worse …

Utilities

Governors Demand More From Region’s Power Grid Operator » State House News Service As states eye ambitious greenhouse gas emission reduction targets in the coming decades, the governors of Massachusetts and four other New England states this week issued a formal call for changes to …

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The Week In Review

New laws enacted this week:

HB4789 - An Act authorizing the city of Framingham to amend the income qualifications for a certain tax deferral program

HB4993 - An Act authorizing the town of Webster to grant an additional license for the sale of all alcoholic beverages to be drunk on the premises

HB4155 - An Act city of Chelsea Affordable Housing Trust Fund Board

Most read bills of the week:

HB2 - An Act making appropriations for the fiscal year 2021

HD5346 - An Act relative to insurance requirements

HB4962 - Message from His Excellency the Governor returning with recommendations of amendments to sections 2, 3, and 8 contained in the engrossed Bill making certain appropriations for fiscal year 2021 before final action on the general appropriation bill (see House, No. 4905). August 4, 2020

HB5014 - An Act Making Appropriations for Fiscal Year 2020 to Provide for Supplementing Certain Existing Appropriations and for Certain Other Activities and Projects

HB5045 - An Act relative to accelerating improvements to the local and regional public health system to address disparities in the delivery of public health services

SB2702 - An Act providing COVID-19 emergency financial relief for veterans

SB2645 - An Act providing for virtual notarization to address challenges related to COVID-19

SB2918 - An Act to guarantee housing stability during the COVID-19 emergency and recovery

HB5018 - An Act to guarantee housing stability during the COVID-19 emergency and recovery

HB4878 - An Act to guarantee housing stability during the COVID-19 emergency and recovery

House Actions This Week: 64

Senate Actions This Week: 11


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