Inside the long-running lawsuit over police misconduct records that continues to cost taxpayers
Meet the GOP candidate who spews misinformation, wants to jail teachers and librarians, and tries to ruin events for children
“We don’t go into things looking to file lawsuits, but when we feel like people have not followed the law, we challenge them.”
The real story is not that one state cop held a made-for-TV event in her driveway—it’s that the vaccine mandate is working.
A proposed tweak to the regulations governing access to public records in Massachusetts could mean more fees for journalists and others who regularly request government records
“If Massachusetts agencies could skirt the public records law by characterizing the receipt of documents as a loan, that would have been [an] invitation to a substantial amount of mischief.”
"Now more than ever, family members and the wider community must have access to all public records when officers are investigated for misconduct—especially when they are cleared of wrongdoing.”
A rare win on the public records front in Mass
Why won’t the Worcester DA release a 66-year-old murder file?
Prosecutors are dismissing nearly 24,000 tainted drug convictions, but do their actions go far enough?