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AG Healey secures workers’ compensation insurance rate decrease, saving Massachusetts $80 Million

New Rates Go into Effect in July; Decrease Creates Significant Savings for Small Businesses and Other Policyholders Across the State. Massachusetts businesses will save approximately $80 million under a settlement Attorney General Maura Healey reached with the State Rating Bureau (SRB) and the Workers’ Compensation Rating and Inspection Bureau (WCRIB). …

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Massachusetts cold case unit launches ‘unidentified remains’ project; includes New Bedford, Dartmouth and beyond

The Bristol District Attorney’s Office Cold Case Unit is actively working to identify every unidentified body or skeletal remains that have been discovered in the last 40 years. During this time, traditional methods using fingerprints or dental records have not resulted in the identification of any of these individuals. District …

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Massachusetts Gov. Baker joins survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence to highlight public safety proposals

Today, Governor Charlie Baker and Lt. Governor Karyn Polito joined Secretary of Public Safety and Security Terrence Reidy, Essex County District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett, legislators, survivors and members of their families, advocates and law enforcement officials to participate in the fourth roundtable discussion highlighting the importance of the Baker-Polito Administration’s …

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