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Weekly Roundup - They Were On a Boat

Protesters hold up signs in support of Haitian migrants at the southern border at a rally outside the JFK Federal Building in Boston Friday. A number of elected officials from Boston attended the event and criticized Biden administration immigration policies and the treatment of those trying to enter the United States. [Chris Van Buskirk/SHNS]

Sal DiMasi, before his fall from grace, had the life sciences and health care. Bob DeLeo left his mark with an expansion of gaming. And whether his speakership ends in a year or 10, House Speaker Ron Mariano seems to want to be remembered as the wind whisperer.

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