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The law that goes went into effect on Jan. 1, 2013, allows store owners to place scanners in the aisles, making shoppers do their own price checks, instead of individually marking each item.
The $1.5 billion bill helps build infrastructure that strengthens the state’s economy over the long term, governor says.
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The governor on Saturday sent 'Melissa's Bill' back to the Legislature.
The ballot will be finalized by AG's office on July 3.
The MBTA will increase ticket prices and remove some transportation services to balance the budget for the upcoming fiscal year.
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