Bay State proponents for an expanded bottle deposit bill suffered a lopsided loss on Tuesday: More than 73 percent of voters said no. That marked a stunning turnaround: As recently as mid August, polling showed 62 percent favored “updating” the law so that it would also cover non carbonated beverages. After grocery chains and the beverage industry started running their well funded ads, however, sentiment rapidly shifted.
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This is a space where subscribers can engage with each other and Globe staff. Non subscribers can read and sort comments but will not be able to engage with them in any way. Readers can also interact with The Globe on Facebook and Twitter .. Hundreds of demonstrators returned Thursday to the Minneapolis neighborhood at the center of the violence, where the nighttime scene veered between an angry protest and a street party. At one point, a band playing in a parking lot across from the 3rd Precinct broke into a punk version of Bob Marley’s “Redemption Song.” Nearby, demonstrators carried clothing mannequins from a looted Target and threw them onto a burning car. Later, a building fire erupted nearby..
As bad of an image problem it presented for the league and the game, no owner was willing to put the business at risk over this issue.”That paragraph is the shattering of an omert that has existed in the NFL for three long years.What Lockhart wrote is not something you were supposed to admit if you held any level of power within the NFL. Whether it was commissioner Roger Goodell or team owners or coaches, it was a no fly zone when it came to publicly mixing in the bottom line as a reason for not signing or even working out Kaepernick.To say something like what Lockhart has asserted was akin to the president tweeting out his nuclear launch codes. It was an assurance of disaster.