Gov. Deval Patrick
Gov. Deval Patrick derided a $500 million transportation financing plan offered by legislative leaders as a “fiscal shell game,” and said he would veto the bill if it reached his desk in its current form.
Gov. Deval Patrick says former commissioner of early education Sherri Killins did not violate any rules by participating in an outside training program or living in Connecticut.
The Democratic speaker of the Massachusetts House is calling for a smaller package of tax increases than has been recommended by Gov. Deval Patrick.
The state picked up the entire tab during the last special election in 2010, but this year Bill Galvin wants local communities to share the expense.
Gov. Deval Patrick thanked MBTA workers in Southie for their hard work through the blizzard and its aftermath.
Gov. Deval Patrick says Massachusetts came through the blizzard reasonably well, but about 144,000 residents are still without power.
The proposed Massachusetts budget was one of the topics WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller covered Sunday on “Keller @ Large” as he sat down with Massachusetts Speaker Of The House Rep. Robert DeLeo.
William “Mo” Cowan of Massachusetts is the Senate’s newest member.
Massachusetts taxes and the race for John Kerry’s senate seat were some of the topics WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller covered Sunday on “Keller @ Large” as he sat down with Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick.
Gov. Deval Patrick can certainly relate to an old adage about state government: “The governor proposes, the Legislature disposes.”