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  2. Same-sex marriage in Massachusetts - Wikipedia

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    In 1992, Governor Bill Weld issued an executive order providing limited benefits to the same-sex partners of approximately 3,000 management-level state employees, covering only leave for family sickness and bereavement, far short of the health benefits LGBT activists were seeking, but probably the first state-level recognition of same-sex ...

  3. University of Massachusetts - Wikipedia

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    It became "Massachusetts State College" in 1931, and "University of Massachusetts" in 1947. The library system is the largest state-supported library system in New England with over 6.1 million items. The campus has many architecturally distinctive buildings commissioned by the Commonwealth and designed by world-renowned architects.

  4. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees

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    The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) is the largest trade union of public employees in the United States. It represents 1.3 million public sector employees and retirees, including health care workers, corrections officers, sanitation workers, police officers, firefighters, and childcare providers.

  5. Massachusetts Department of Correction - Wikipedia

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    The Massachusetts Department of Correction is responsible for the custody of about 8,292 prisoners (as of January 2020) throughout 16 correctional facilities and is the 5th largest state agency in the state of Massachusetts, employing over 4,800 people (about 3,200 of whom are sworn correctional officers). The Massachusetts Department of ...

  6. COVID-19 pandemic in Massachusetts - Wikipedia

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  7. Danvers, Massachusetts - Wikipedia

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    Danvers was the first municipal agency within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to become nationally accredited. 1990 gas leaks and explosions [ edit ] On April 2, 1990, the natural gas lines serving homes were accidentally over-pressurized by a Boston Gas worker, resulting in fires and explosions along Lafayette St., Maple St., Venice St. and ...

  8. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Police Department

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    The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), established in 1861, is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In 1987, MIT had about 65 employees in its police department. In 2018 it employed 64 officers and 14 civilians. This is up from the 51 officers and 3 civilians it had in 2011.

  9. Rehoboth, Massachusetts - Wikipedia

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    The town is full of winding, country roads. The longest state routes through town, U.S. Route 44 and Massachusetts Route 118, intersect near the center of town. U.S. Route 6 and Interstate 195 run through the southwest corner of town for approximately 0.7 and 1.5 miles (2.4 km), respectively.