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Advances - The Week Ahead

As spring arrives on Monday, there's a feeling that something's got to give soon on Beacon Hill. The session began in early January with proclamations about readiness to address persistent and serious problems but since then the focus has centered on process. The first two-plus months of all-Democrat rule have been marked by heightened attention on the state's housing affordability and cost of living problems, the return of heavy traffic on the state's roads, and the realization that MBTA service appears to be worsening. There's growing frustration, if not on Beacon Hill then certainly off of it, that affordability and transit woes are reaching a breaking point. If the feeling is shared among elected officials, they have had a funny way of showing it.

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