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Senate President Stanley Rosenberg said the "major thrusts" of the Senate cost containment bill "were to try to guarantee access, maintain or improve quality, bring down cost, and maintain or improve outcomes." (Sam Doran/SHNS)
Senate President Stanley Rosenberg said the "major thrusts" of the Senate cost containment bill "were to try to guarantee access, maintain or improve quality, bring down cost, and maintain or improve outcomes." (Sam Doran/SHNS)
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Former state Senate President Stan Rosenberg says he has separated from his husband, Bryon Hefner, nearly two months after allegations surfaced that Hefner sexually harassed men and claimed to have influence over Senate business.

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Steve Brown, WBUR's State House reporter. He tweets @WBURSteve.

This segment aired on January 11, 2018.

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