To caucus or not to caucus

Informal coalitions tout common interests, cut across party lines,

CAUCUSES ARE NOT clandestine cabals requiring a secret handshake and special door knock to get into the room, except perhaps for the Democratic and Republican legislative caucuses. In Massachusetts, in fact, most caucuses in the Legislature don’t even have doors. Or offices. “Because they’re not official, it’s up to the people who join [to decide](...)

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