Yup, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts hasn’t even launched it’s new entrepreneurial business yet…..selling marijuana joints to sick people and pot heads…..and already, the geniuses of Beacon Hill want to start another hassle over how many pot-joints the Commonwealth should really have licensed.
Three years ago, Scott Brown was a little-known Republican state senator from Massachusetts who shocked Democrats by winning a U.S. Senate seat in a special election that became a national rallying cry for the nascent tea party movement.
It promises to be a busy week on Beacon Hill as the Legislature tries to finish work on several major bills before recessing until the end of the year.
State Treasurer Steven Grossman says he has appointed a special counsel experienced in securities law enforcement to handle a federal investigation into Goldman Sachs Group’s dealings with his predecessor, Timothy P. Cahill and Cahill’s former aides.
House Speaker Robert DeLeo has started his second term by demoting two of his potential successors and bringing new attention to an issue some thought was resolved last summer. The speaker sat down with WBZ’s Jon Keller.
In an interview with WBZ-TV, Sen. Scott Brown got a little emotional talking about his first year in the US Senate.
Former Massachusetts governor and U.S. ambassador to Canada Paul Cellucci has Lou Gehrig’s disease.
It’s been almost two weeks since Massachusetts re-elected Gov. Deval Patrick by a narrow margin, and some blame that narrow margin on Independent candidate Tim Cahill.
The Secretary of State’s office projects a turnout in excess of 2.4 million registered voters.
Gov. Deval Patrick and Republican challenger Charles Baker are trading jabs on taxes, jobs and health care as the race for governor heads into its final days.