Friday, March 8, 2013 at 08:00AM
- Lynch's health care vote at issue in Senate campaign: US Representative Stephen F. Lynch's opposition to the Affordable Care Act remains one of the better known moments of his career. Globe metro reporter Eric Moskowitz details.
- AG wants utility chief's pay revealed: Martha Coakley called to eliminate the reporting technicality that allowed Northeast Utilities to withhold a full accounting of Thomas J. May's pay in 2012. Globe features reporter Erin Ailworth outlines.
- Elizabeth Warren continues pressuring regulators on reining in big banks: Warren criticized them during a Senate hearing for failing to enforce tougher penalties on the nation's largest banks. Globe correspondent David Uberti reports.
- DeLeo backs 'smaller' transportation bill: House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo said he will push for a "smaller package" of funding than Governor Patrick proposed. Globe transportation reporter Martine Powers outlines.
- Democratic hopefuls for Senate schedule first televised debate for March 27: US Representatives Stephen F. Lynch and Edward J. Markey agreed to the debate, one of six they plan before the April 30 primary election. Globe politics reporter Stephanie Ebbert writes.
- Union seeks to target committee: The Framingham teachers' union asked its members to volunteer any personal information they knew about School Committee members. Globe reporter Kathleen Conti elaborates.
- Charter school results too good to ignore: This state's charter school results have become too compelling for policymakers truly concerned about education to ignore. Globe columnist Scot Lehigh explains.