Seth Moulton seemed to be in Nancy Pelosi’s fan club. And then he wasn’t.

Congressman Seth Moulton at the Salem Gay Pride Parade.

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Moulton, who represents the North Shore in the House, has adopted a striking change in posture about Pelosi.

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President Trump said the GOP health effort is ‘‘working along very well’’ and suggested there could be a ‘‘big surprise coming.’’

EDITORIAL

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The prolonged uncertainty about health care — fanned by the Trump administration’s irresponsible talk about intentionally sabotaging the exchanges — is taking a toll.

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Some lawmakers privately bemoan President Trump’s thin grasp of the bill, and worry his difficulty staying on message will do more harm than good.

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President Trump is holding court at a $35,000-per-plate donor event Wednesday night at his hotel in Washington.

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The administration has given itself a Thursday deadline for implementing the ban, which applies to visitors from six Muslim-majority countries.

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Nadeem Mazen, the state’s highest-profile Muslim elected official, is planning a run against US Representative Michael Capuano in next year’s primary.

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The City Council’s decision to issue Compassionate Organics a state-required “letter of non-opposition” was a victory for the dispensary.

Council endorses mayor’s $3.15 billion spending plan

Only City Councilor Tito Jackson, who is challenging Martin Walsh for Boston mayor, opposed the budget.

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Seth Moulton seemed to be in Nancy Pelosi’s fan club. And then he wasn’t.

Moulton, who represents the North Shore in the House, has adopted a striking change in posture about Pelosi.

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Evan Horowitz digs through data to find information that illuminates the policy issues facing Massachusetts and the US.