Female Same-Sex Nuptials Far Outnumber Male In MassachusettsThe legalization of same-sex marriages just over a decade ago has led to a steady stream of gay couples opting to take vows.
Senate President Weighs Nonbinding 2016 Marijuana QuestionState Senate President Stan Rosenberg says lawmakers should consider putting a nonbinding question on the 2016 ballot asking voters if they would support legalizing the recreational use of marijuana.
Keller @ Large: Senate President ‘Very Worried’ About Boston Olympic Bid FundingRosenberg said lawmakers have settled on a consultant to study Boston 2024’s proposal for hosting the games.
Rosenberg Seeks Ethics Review Of State Sen. Brian JoyceSen. Brian Joyce has agreed to step down from his position as assistant majority leader during an investigation to review his ethical conduct.
Keller @ Large: For MBTA Reform, Stan Rosenberg Should Take Own AdviceWBZ Political Analyst Jon Keller wishes Senate President Stan Rosenberg would take his own advice on driving policy based on how things actually work.
Polito To Officiate At Same-Sex Marriage Of Senate LeaderSenate President Stan Rosenberg has confirmed that Republican Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito will officiate at his upcoming wedding to partner Bryon Heffner.
Mass. Senate Leader Says Taxpayers Won't Fund Olympic BidA top state lawmaker said Tuesday he expects the Legislature and Gov. Charlie Baker to take a firm stand against any taxpayer funding for Boston's bid to host the 2024 Summer Olympics.
Rosenberg: MBTA Meltdown Result Of Tough Winter, NeglectSen. Rosenberg chastised taxpayers for wanting more service than they’re willing to pay for but declined to defend MBTA management.
Keller @ Large: Senate President Stan Rosenberg Talks Olympics, DeficitThe new president of the Massachusetts Senate said he wants to bring in experts to make sure Bay State taxpayers are not footing the bill if Boston is chosen to host the Summer Olympics in 2024.
Governor-Elect Charlie Baker Vows To Restore Economic OrderGovernor-elect Charlie Baker is vowing to use his executive power to help companies in Massachusetts.
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