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PM Roundup: Vanishing State House Artifacts; WGBH Acquires PRI

Other stories (and links) circulating around the newsroom this afternoon:

As of today, just verbal consent — as opposed to written consent — is needed for an HIV test in Massachusetts.

— Boston public media station WGBH has acquired Public Radio International. [Associated Press, via Cape Cod Times]

— The Boston Phoenix has a long piece on how the State House’s cultural artifacts have vanished, piece by piece.

— Norfolk County’s district attorney is moving to block live video coverage of Quincy District Court, from WBUR’s Open Court project. [Quincy Patriot Ledger]

— The Cambridge Chronicle and the Cambridge TAB are going to combine. [Chronicle]

— Samuel Adams beer has unveiled the limited-edition Brewlywed Ale. [Boston Globe]

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