Headlines for Tuesday, March 8, 2016

National headlines 

In largest Arab community in US, political resolve mixes with dread – The Boston Globe

Bloomberg says he’s not running for president; wants to avoid being spoiler – The Boston Globe

State headlines

Report seeks remedial laws if marijuana question passes – The Boston Globe

Baker pressured to block pipeline surveys | Local News | gloucestertimes.com

Chabot: State money in play despite Wynn block | Boston Herald

New bill leaves rift between DAs, police | State News | salemnews.com

Baker appearing to help rep replace Shrewsbury conservative in national GOP role

Mass. dairy farmers urge state to keep tax credit – News – telegram.com – Worcester, MA

Tribe to start casino construction April 5 – capecodtimes.com – Hyannis, MA

Governor supporting Lakeville Rep. Keiko Orrall for national GOP post

T board to unveil new online dashboard – CommonWealth Magazine

Mitt Romney records phone message for Marco Rubio’s campaign

Local headlines 

Brockton awarded $425,000 grant for prescription painkiller abuse education

Justice department targets Pembroke Hospital as part of fraud investigation

As Boston Public Schools Students Walk Out, Walsh Says State Aid ‘One Of Our Issues’

Boat slip on Nantucket goes for $4.75M

Quincy Center MBTA station described as a blight

Framingham’s Paixão running for 7th Middlesex state rep seat

Worcester health board considers raising tobacco age to 21

BPS students walk out to protest proposed budget cuts – The Boston Globe

Boston seeks ideas to replace Northern Ave. bridge – The Boston Globe

Holyoke’s 20-year-old voting machines could get $100,000 modernization