William Galvin said he doesn’t believe there’s any evidence that Romney officials “deliberately did not retain records.”
State lawmakers are now in recess for the holidays until the end of the year. What have they accomplished so far this session? Jon Keller is at large.
More than two dozen law enforcement officers were saluted for their courage at a State House ceremony Friday, including a Woburn police officer who was shot and killed in the line of duty last year.
Massachusetts lawmakers have approved a compromise of a bill designed to license up to three resort-style casinos and a single slots parlor.
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.
The National Education for Assistance Dog Services asked 10 House members to take one of their training dogs along for a day to raise awareness.
The Stanley Cup took a bow for Massachusetts political leaders on Thursday, just hours before the Boston Bruins were set to begin the 2011-2012 regular season.
The Massachusetts Senate has launched debate on a contentious casino gambling bill, but an actual vote may not happen until next week.
Gov. Deval Patrick has signed a $30.6 billion budget that he said reduces overall state spending while laying the groundwork for an ongoing economic recovery in Massachusetts.
Attorney General Martha Coakley is pressing lawmakers on an initiative to crack down on human trafficking in Massachusetts.