Bill Galvin

William Galvin

Keller @ Large: Bill Galvin On Elections

WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller talked to Massachusetts Secretary of State Bill Galvin about the upcoming elections.


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Mass. Subpoenas Morgan Stanley In Facebook IPO Case

Massachusetts’ top securities regulator has subpoenaed Morgan Stanley related to allegations that it gave some clients negative information about Facebook before last week’s initial public offering.


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Investment Firm Ordered To Pay Back $1M To Elderly Client

A Maryland brokerage has been ordered to pay back more than $1 million, in another case of abusive treatment of the elderly.


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Goldman Sachs Fined By Mass., Told To End ‘Huddles’

Massachusetts regulators have fined Goldman, Sachs & Co. $10 million and ordered the investment firm to stop its policy of favoring certain clients over others.


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Mass. Investment Advisers Quizzed On Their Use Of Social Media

The Massachusetts Secretary of State wants to see how financial advisers are using Facebook and Twitter.


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Can Massachusetts Afford 2012 Presidential Primaries?

There’s a possibility that Massachusetts won’t be able to participate fully in the next presidential election.


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Keller @ Large: Re-Drawing Congressional Districts

Every 10 years, the Commonwealth must re-draw its congressional district to account for the changes in population and demographics.


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Charlestown Bike Lanes Disappear

It was a sudden and unwelcome change for bikers when city crews removed bike lanes along Main Street in Charlestown.


Massachusetts is experiencing a downward trend in foreclosures linked to the  improving job market and recovery of the housing market. (credit: AP)

Galvin Wants All Foreclosures Reviewed By Judge

Massachusetts is one of 27 states that do not require home foreclosures to be reviewed by a judge. Secretary of State Bill Galvin wants to change that.


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High Voter Turnout Expected In Massachusetts

The Secretary of State’s office projects a turnout in excess of 2.4 million registered voters.