Headlines for Tuesday, March 15, 2016

National headlines 

Elizabeth Warren Compares Trump to Cancer, Calls on Both Parties to Stop Him

Romney campaigns with Kasich in Ohio to block Trump – The Boston Globe

Sen. Elizabeth Warren calls for federal government to keep fighting for education equality in Worcester speech

Warren says it’s ‘premature’ to talk about a vice presidential run – The Boston Globe

State headlines 

Gov. Charlie Baker says he wants to see hospital pricing resolved by lawmakers, not voters

Governor Baker signs opioid bill – The Boston Globe

MBTA slashes worker OT spending, absences – The Boston Globe

Baker no fan of hospital ballot question – CommonWealth Magazine

T overtime, unscheduled absences declining – CommonWealth Magazine

Attorney general to begin posting all open-meeting complaints

Quabbin panel supports rattlesnake island

See the renderings of the casino the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe wants to open in 2017

News boss sacked at struggling ’BZ

Is state Senator Dan Wolf readying a gubernatorial bid against Charlie Baker? – The Boston Globe

Local headlines 

City’s use of tax breaks called ‘necessary’ to attract business

State’s top judge tours Brockton’s two courthouses

State demands corrective actions from Pembroke Hospital

Boston’s improving economy means more traffic, according to INRIX report – Boston Business Journal

Falmouth Democrat shifts gears to House race

Does Boston Need A Ferris Wheel To Be A ‘World Class’ City?

Boston City Council Considers ‘Just Cause’ Evictions

Local Resistance To New Housing Partly To Blame For Rising Costs, Researchers Find

Three Crowdfunding FOIA Requests That Need Your Help

IndyCar Boston tickets go on sale at midnight Tuesday

Authority of police chiefs over licenses irks some gun owners

Framingham: Speakers recommend charter study

Attempt to recall Barre Selectman Richard Jankauskas falls short

Hay resigns from Fitchburg City Council to take state rep seat

Maureen Binienda is Worcester’s next school superintendent

Battenfeld: IndyCar race revs up visiting Boston inspector

Parade lawyer: I’d like to call Marty Walsh to stand

Food deal bodes well for future of Lawn on D – The Boston Globe

A city divided – The Boston Globe

This Brookline medical marijuana doctor with 400 patients pulls them from far and wide

State Rep. Michael Finn denies role as described in West Springfield Police Chief Ronald Campurciani’s suit against city

Harvard Law School to ditch controversial shield with elements from slave-owning family – The Boston Globe

Duxbury decriminalizes underage drinking – The Boston Globe