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Massachusetts bill tracking service. It provides legislative history material for Massachusetts legislation from 1996 to present. It includes available information on bill versions, bill status, hearings, committee work, and news items of interest for various pieces of legislation.
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Northeastern University Law School Students, Faculty, and Staff may create an account for library sponsored access to the NY Times via this link.
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Provides in-depth, current, coverage of over a dozen major topic areas down to the micro-level of what Congress, federal agencies, and trade associations are doing. Check out data, reports, federal and state legislative hour-by-hour coverage.
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State Tax Notes is a weekly magazine featuring expert commentary, news, and special reports on state tax issues.

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