Your condensed guide to today’s daily papers.
Will Massachusetts become the “Las Vegas of gay marriage” after all? A 1913 law used by former governor Mitt Romney to keep out-of-state gay couples from marrying here may go off the books if Gov. Deval Patrick and legislative leaders have their way. [Globe]
No-brainer: MBTA General Manager Dan Grabauskas is under fire for driving an SUV to work instead of taking the T. [Herald]
Sweet, delicious irony: After the T touted the Mattapan trolley’s new air conditioning, the highly-anticipated cool car showed up with the AC on the fritz. Brilliant. [Globe]
As the T tries to cool down, government gets hot: The governors of four New England states teamed up yesterday to lobby for increased federal fuel aid, predicting that the high cost of home heating oil could cause a “crisis” this winter. [Herald]