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State approves $1-billion Children's expansion

The Boston Business Journal reports state regulators gave the go-ahead for the expansion, which will see an 11-story building rise on what is now a garden where patients and families go for breaks during care.

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BCH will build on the graves of children against the legal will of the original donor of the Prouty garden rather than anywhere else in their vast real estate holdings to make a buck.

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There's a great documentary called "The Art of the Steal" about the $25 billion Barnes art collection. Barnes' will was very specific about the way his art was supposed to be housed and presented in his mansion, but naturally people in power had their own ideas and found a way to move all the artwork to Philadelphia.

The biggest shame was how people sued to stop it from happening, but the courts ruled they had no "standing" to make a case. I can see that happening here, too.

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There's a lot of money to be made from neo-natal care. Can't pass that up.

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And I'm pretty sure it was the NICU at Children's that saved our daughter's life.
I'd bulldoze ten gardens to have more of that available.

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Building a new building and eliminating the garden are not an either/or choice.

https://yourlogicalfallacyis.com/black-or-white

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How many more square feet, and more importantly cars, can the Longwood Medical Area support?

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