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In a statement sent to the UMass Democrats in response to their allegations, Morse said "every relationship I've had has been consensual" and cautioned his opponent, Rep. Richie Neal, "against indulging in old negative stereotypes about gay men." (Photo: Alex Morse for Congress) News
Critics Warn Against Smear Campaign, 'Creepy Victorian Moralizing' Aimed at Progressive Challenger Alex Morse
"Would be quite something if the groups backing Alex Morse took a stand here on behalf of free, consenting adults not in a subordinate role to do what they want with their lives," said one political observer. "Not counting on it but we'll see."
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'The Clear Progressive Choices': Working Families Party Endorses Markey and Morse in Primary Contests
"The progressive cavalry is headed to Massachusetts."
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'It Is Political': Progressive Challenger Alex Morse Rips Rep. Richard Neal for Inaction on Opioid Crisis
"It's easy to say that addiction and loss aren't political when you haven't experienced them personally, or when you have the money to afford the best treatment options."
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In Wake of Supreme Court Ruling, Powerful House Democrat Richard Neal Faulted as 'Biggest Obstacle' to Getting Trump Tax Returns
"We had a window of opportunity, and Neal blew it."
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'Neal Is in Trouble': $300,000 Ad Campaign Targets Powerful Congressman Over Stonewalling of Anti-Surprise Medical Billing Proposal
"All of a sudden taking corporate money and crafting policy to benefit monopolies can now get you in trouble back home."
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Sanders, Pressley Help Launch 'Renew New England' to Elect Candidates Committed to Green New Deal and Jobs Guarantee
"Renew New England is a beacon, inviting us to build the future we all need, together," said activist Naomi Klein.
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U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos speaks at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building adjacent to the White House in Washington, D.C. on August 16, 2018. (Photo: Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images) News
'Huge Win': Court Orders DeVos to Cancel Loans for Mass. Students Defrauded by Corinthian Colleges
State Attorney General Maura Healey said the victory will benefit the mostly Black and Latinx students who were "targeted by a predatory for-profit school and abandoned by Secretary DeVos and the Trump administration."
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'A Historic Day': Boston City Council Bans Facial Recognition Surveillance
"Boston should not use racially discriminatory technology that threatens the privacy and basic rights of our residents."
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President Donald Trump speaks during the daily briefing of the White House Coronavirus Task Force on April 13, 2020. News
Critics Debunk Trump's Wild Assertion He Has 'Total' Authority on Reopening Economy
"Fact check: That is definitely not true."
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'Massachusetts Is Not Happy': Warren Condemns Trump for Outbidding States, Seizing Key Medical Supplies
Accusing president of "dereliction of responsibility," the Democratic senator said, "Health workers' lives are at risk and people are dying."
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