HOUSE JUSTICE DEBATE A HUSHED AFFAIR
There have been impassioned cries for criminal justice reforms all year on Beacon Hill, but the Massachusetts House went mostly silent Monday during its first day of deliberations on an omnibus bill.
The House met for more than seven hours Monday to tackle 212 amendments to its bill (H 4011), spending the day settling scores of amendments quietly, without debate, before recessing until Tuesday.
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