Attorney General Martha Coakley

Gambling, Betting, Casinos

Mass. High Court Hears Arguments In Casino Case

Both sides in the casino gambling debate are encouraged by the questions asked by Massachusetts supreme court justices in a case centered on a proposed voter referendum repealing the state’s 2011 casino law.


Same-sex marriage supporters talk with same-sex marriage opponents in front of the US Supreme Court on March 26, 2013 in Washington, DC. (Photo credit SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)

AG: Mass. Will Recognize Utah Same-Sex Marriages

Massachusetts will recognize same-sex marriages that were performed in Utah before they were put on hold by the U.S. Supreme Court.


Father and Son Moving and Storage

I-Team: Moving Company That ‘Held Furniture Hostage’ Heavily Fined

The Attorney General is taking action tonight against a Billerica moving company which the I-Team investigated last fall.


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Keller @Large: Attorney General Martha Coakley

Rumors of John Kerry being the top pick for Secretary of State was one of the topics WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller covered Sunday on “Keller @ Large” as he sat down with Attorney General Martha Coakley.


Essex County Sheriff Frank Cousins

I-Team: Essex County Sheriff Now Being Investigated By Attorney General

Essex County Sheriff Frank Cousins is now under investigation by the Attorney General’s office for allegedly pressuring employees to contribute to his political war chest.


Christy Mihos

AG Complaint: Mihos Failed To Pay $25K In Campaign Fines

The Massachusetts attorney general is taking former gubernatorial candidate and owner of Christie’s convenience store chain, Christy Mihos to court over $25,000 in allegedly unpaid fines.


4 Arrested In $340K Smash-And-Grab ATM Theft Ring

Four men have been arrested on allegations they were part of a smash-and-grab theft ring that stole about $340,000 from ATMs in six Massachusetts counties.


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Blue Cross Blue Shield Suspends Directors’ Pay In Mass.

The state’s largest insurer has suspended pay for its board members amid scrutiny by Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley.


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Gov. Patrick Proposes To Shrink Drug-Free School Zone

A proposal by Gov. Deval Patrick to shrink the drug-free zone around Massachusetts schools is drawing fire from police and prosecutors who say they need the 1,000-foot area and the tougher prison terms that go with it.


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Martha Coakley Takes Her Victory Lap On Nightside

Attorney General Martha Coakley talks about DNA evidence, identity theft and taking a closer look at charities during this Christmas season.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030–12/21/2010