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BOSTON, Nov. 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- According to a new poll commissioned by Coltura in consultation with Boston-based Green Energy Consumers Alliance, 62% of Massachusetts voters support a policy that would require all new cars sold to be electric by 2030 to reduce air pollution, combat climate change, create jobs, and keep energy dollars in the state. Under such a policy, individuals could still drive, buy, and sell gas-powered cars manufactured before 2030. Just 28% of Massachusetts voters oppose the policy.

WILMINGTON — With the Massachusetts Asso­cia­tion of School Com­mittees conference fast approaching, the School Committee continued their disc…

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As the vote tally began racking up Tuesday night, Glenn Youngkin was clearly overperforming in key suburban areas, and conservatives were applauding his decision to lean into culture-war issues in the final months of the campaign. At the candidate’s victory party at a Marriott hotel in this leafy Loudoun County suburb, supporters waved a variety of pro-Youngkin signs, each representing a different voting bloc: business owners, farmers, veterans and Latinos. One stood out: Parents for Youngkin.