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T will no longer transport police to protests

Chris Lisinski State House News Service The MBTA will no longer use its buses to transport non-transit law enforcement to and from protests against police violence that have occurred in Boston and other cities and towns across the state over the past week. Following outcry from activists and direction from …

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Baker: Curfew decisions up to local officials

Chris Lisinski State House News Service Gov. Charlie Baker brushed off the idea of imposing a statewide curfew on Monday after violence followed protests against police brutality a day earlier, and criticized President Donald Trump’s leadership as “nowhere to be found” amid a time of massive social upheaval. State leaders …

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Clashes and violence follow peaceful Boston protest

Chris Van Buskirk State House News Service Downtown Boston turned into a battle zone Sunday night after a peaceful protest suddenly disintegrated into a spurt of violent clashes between protestors and police, including storefront looting that Gov. Charlie Baker described just before midnight as “criminal and cowardly.” A Black Lives …

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