Legislative Round-Up: New England Legislatures Are Riding Herd Over Condo Bills

It’s an annual rite, as predictable as winter storm warnings and spring apple blossom festivals. Legislators in state houses throughout New England begin slogging through piles of bills filed by politicians and requested by constituents they represent.   Read the article………


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