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Recognition of Rosa Parks on MBTA buses and new liquor licenses in Dedham, Stoneham, Wareham and Montague are among the law changes facilitated by 22 bills Gov. Charlie Baker signed on Wednesday. Baker faces deadlines of Thursday and Friday to act on the remaining 33 bills on his desk from the 190th General Court, which concluded its business on New Year's Day. Any bills the governor does not sign into law within 10 days of them reaching his desk will die. Bills with action due Thursday deal with matters including counterfeit airbags, consumer data security, and gender-neutral pricing in disability insurance. - Katie Lannan

Gov. Charlie Baker on Wednesday signed the following bills as he worked his way through dozens of bills sent to his desk in the final days of the 2017-2018 legislative session:

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