Keller @ Large: AG Says More Coronavirus Protections Needed For Amazon, Whole Foods EmployeesMassachusetts Attorney General talked about how residents can protect themselves from coronavirus and scams related to the outbreak.
Massachusetts AG Warns Of Scams Around Coronavirus UncertaintyMassachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey warned residents to look out for people who may try to take advantage of coronavirus uncertainty.
AG Maura Healey Says Vaping Ban Necessary Due To Industry's 'Targeting Of Young People'Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey said the vaping industry is targeting young people and needs to be investigated.
7 Mass. Nursing Homes Penalized For 'Systemic Failures' That Led To Injury, DeathsMassachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey announced that the state has reached a settlement with seven nursing homes.
Mass. Assault Weapons Ban Doesn't Violate 2nd Amendment, Judge RulesA federal judge dismissed a lawsuit challenging Massachusetts' ban on assault weapons and large-capacity magazines.
Attorney General Warns Of Scams Targeting ImmigrantsScammers are attempting to swindle people out of money by pretending to be qualified to provide immigration legal advice or services.
Mass. AG Expresses 'Serious Concerns' Over New Campaign Against OpioidsAG Maura Healey commended the effort to help fight the opioid crisis, she had harsh words for the resulting ads. 
Mass Attorney General Praises Middle School Students For Finishing Anti-Violence ProgramMassachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey will join middle school students for a summit marking the culmination of a 12-week after-school program focused on preventing gun violence.
Massachusetts Joins Washington's Legal Challenge Of Trump's Revised Travel BanLegal challenges against President Donald Trump's revised travel ban mounted Thursday as Washington state said it would renew its request to block the executive order and Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey announced she would be joining the effort.
Keller @ Large: Will Pay Raise Vote Come Back To Haunt Legislators?It's a done deal. Eighteen million dollars worth of pay raises for legislators, judicial branch officials and constitutional officers are in the pipeline.