Supreme Court Ruling Will Have Little Impact on Massachusetts

Supreme Court Ruling Will Have Little Impact on Massachusetts. “We’ve already implemented and are well beyond where other states now look forward to going, so the impact in Massachusetts was less,” Harvard School of Public Health professor John McDonough, who worked on both the state and federal law, said about the Supreme Court ruling to WBUR. [WBUR]

On Sal DiMasi’s Attempts and Failures to Get Treatment. If what’s written in the filing is true, it’s tragic. [Globe]

Red Seaweed From Japan Is Attacking the Coast. Residents report having nightmares, the tourism industry is taking a hit, and local experts fear that this aggressive form of seaweed will smother the shoreline’s ecosystem if nothing’s done to stop it. [Globe]

Doc Rivers Will Spent NBA Draft With His Son, Not the Celtics. Austin Rivers, a former Duke shooting guard, is projected to be an early- to mid-first round pick. Needless to say, Doc Rivers will have his phone at the ready for the C’s 21st, 22nd, and 51st picks. [SI]

Chris Evans Is Looking for All Kinds of Traits in a Woman. In the May issue of Details, Evans said that he likes girls who shit on him (not literally), and now he tells Women’s Health that he likes women who get the warm and fuzzies about babies and puppies. “I like women who get emotional about babies and puppies. I’ve met some incredibly cool women who are tough, but the woman you marry should have a really soft side.” [Women’s Health]