At a WBUR debate Wednesday morning — the first broadcast debate since the convention — it seemed obvious the three candidates were trying to distinguish themselves.
Casino opponents gathered outside the John Adams Courthouse Monday morning, calling on the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court to allow a proposed repeal of the state’s expanded gambling law to appear on the November ballot.
The Supreme Judicial Court is considering whether a ballot question repealing the state’s gambling law will go before voters in November.
Maura Healey’s statement puts her at odds with her former boss, Attorney General Martha Coakley.
Only one female Democrat holds a governor’s office: New Hampshire’s Maggie Hassan. Advocates are determined to add to the total. And their best opportunity, it appears, is in New England.
Coakley, who grew up in North Adams, made the comments Tuesday afternoon outside the mayor’s office.
In a statement, Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley says that since there’s no funding available to run the hospital safely, she will not object to closing the ER over the weekend.
Updated at 11:40 p.m. Attorney General Martha Coakley, who grew up in North Adams, had asked for a temporary injunction to keep the ER operating.
A new poll shows Massachusetts residents overwhelmingly support bumping the state’s minimum wage from its current $8 an hour. Meanwhile, the poll tested opinions ahead of this year’s election of a new governor.
State Republican Party Chairwoman Kirsten Hughes called on Monday for a “thorough” and independent investigation into the campaign finances of Attorney General Martha Coakley following revelations
The field of candidates looking to succeed Martha Coakley as Massachusetts attorney general is growing.
There’s finally an announced candidate in the election next year to replace Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley.
Massachusetts lawmakers Tuesday heard testimony on a bill to regulate electronic cigarettes. Attorney General Martha Coakley says the measure would close gaps in current state law.
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley was in Springfield Tuesday as part of a three-day swing through the state, launching her campaign to succeed Gov. Deval Patrick in 2014.
By Matt Murphy, State House News Service