The strengths and weaknesses of Massachusetts’ single-party-dominated Legislature were on display in the closing days of the session, as House and Senate leaders compromised with each other and Governor Deval Patrick to arrive at reasonable legislation to curb health-care costs, even as they rejected his sensible efforts to add more judicial flexibility to the “three-strikes” crime bill.
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