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A judge yesterday ruled that laws providing teacher tenure and making dismissal of some non-tenured teachers extremely difficult were unconstitutional.
The five Democratic candidates for governor all agree that Massachusetts is on the right track but acknowledge there are problems in state government that need to be fixed.
Leave it to the by-now notorious PC police over at Newton North High to once again make news about free speech, in this case, the saga of the Newton North senior on an exchange program with a school in China.
The upcoming election for the attorney general’s seat and Safe Communities, were some of the topics Jon Keller covered Sunday.
The upcoming election for the attorney general’s seat was one of the topics Jon Keller covered Sunday.
The politics of Russia and Benghazi were some of the topics WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller covered Sunday.
Since last year, drivers have been paying three cents more tax-per-gallon in Massachusetts, under a new law that will automatically raise that tax in the future.
The Massachusetts gubernatorial race was one of the topics WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller covered Sunday.
Relatives of murder victims are among those asking a legislative committee to approve a bill that would require juveniles convicted of first-degree murder to serve at least 35 years before they can be eligible for parole.
The gloves are finally coming off and it’s the two female candidates at the center of the scrum.