SJC Says Pot Question Can Go Forward, But With New SummaryThe state's highest court has cleared the way for a question that calls for legalizing recreational marijuana in Massachusetts to appear on the November ballot.
WBZ-UMass Poll: Ballot Questions On Marijuana, Common Core, Wealthy Income TaxThe WBZ-TV, WBZ NewsRadio, UMass Amherst Poll shows we are headed for a pretty interesting local campaign over the four initiative petition questions headed for the November ballot statewide.
Healey Clears Most Proposed State Ballot QuestionsAttorney General Maura Healey has cleared the way for supporters of more than 20 proposed ballot questions, including ones calling for the legalization of recreational marijuana use.
Massachusetts Groups Propose Questions Legalizing MarijuanaSeveral proposed ballot questions that would allow for the recreational use in marijuana in Massachusetts are being filed with the state attorney general's office.
New WBZ-TV-UMass Amherst Poll Shows Coakley, Baker In Dead HeatA new WBZ/UMass Amherst poll shows the 2014 race for governor is locked in a dead heat.
Ballot Question 4: Earned Sick Time For EmployeesBallot Question 4 would set a mandate for both small and large businesses to provide employees with a certain allocation of sick days.
Ballot Question 3: Ban Casinos In Massachusetts?Massachusetts voters will have the chance to give a thumbs up or down on casinos in the Commonwealth on November 4.
Ballot Question 2: Expanding The Bottle Deposit LawBallot Question 2 raises the question of whether expanding the state’s beverage container law would result in less litter and more people recycling.
Ballot Question 1: Eliminating Gas Tax IndexingVoting “yes” on Question 1 would repeal gas tax indexing; voting “no” would mean that starting next year, the gas tax would be adjusted according to inflation.
WBZ-TV-UMass Amherst Poll: Baker-Coakley, Casinos Are Close RacesThe first WBZ TV-UMass Amherst poll on the Massachusetts governor’s race shows it’s a tight contest between Republican Charlie Baker and Democrat Martha Coakley.
Casino Repeal, Sick Time, Minimum Wage Bills Head Toward Mass. Ballot In 2014 Massachusetts voters have been asked weighty policy questions over the years, from the death penalty to physician-assisted suicide.
Question 2 Assisted Suicide Supporters Concede DefeatSupporters of a ballot question that would legalize physician-assisted suicide for the terminally ill in Massachusetts have conceded defeat, even though the vote is too close to call.