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BOSTON — Gov. Charlie Baker said his public safety secretary "incontrovertibly" had nothing to do with giving an order to scrub a State Police arrest report of embarrassing details and … more
BOSTON — Failure to adopt automatic voter registration would amount to an act of voter suppression, the lead Senate sponsor of a bill to make Massachusetts the eleventh state to automatically … more
Climate activists who held an afternoon-long sit-in in Gov. Charlie Baker's office lobby Wednesday said they'd be arrested or stay there all night if Baker didn't sign an executive order aimed at … more
BOSTON — The Massachusetts House plans to consider substantial changes to the way justice is delivered, with a powerful committee polling members Monday on legislation to repeal certain … more
BOSTON — Massachusetts legislators appear to be on the same page in facilitating telehealth and telemedicine in the commonwealth. At least in the eastern part of the state.Telemedicine might … more
The state's tab for bottled water has his hit nearly $200,000 since July, and advocates are asking lawmakers to turn on the taps instead for savings."It makes no sense to purchase and throw away … more
BOSTON — When Rep. Paul Mark, D-Peru, steps out from his Statehouse office and goes back to his house in the town of Peru, he is practically cut off from the world."No high-speed internet, no … more
BOSTON — One day after the head of the Environmental Protection Agency formally proposed to repeal the Clean Power Plan, municipal officials from the eastern part of the state came together to … more
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