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?
How Mass politicians say ‘local control’ when they mean ‘prohibition’
The animal rights group PETA is set to argue an important case that will determine the limits of the so-called public safety exemption to the public records law
For the first time in decades, the Commonwealth has a new public records law. Here’s what you need to know…
Mass AG shows just how useless public info laws are, but change is possible
Group representing Mass municipalities wants local politicians to have the power to ban pot shops
It was a standard public information request … until the state set up a maze to block one intrepid reporter’s access to records
The year is 1993: Bill Clinton is president, his family has a cat named Socks—and for some weird reason, a company called Kaneko intends to publish a Super Nintendo game about the aforementioned feline saving the world from nuclear devastation.