“You don’t want to be too rosy but I actually think they can do a better job of highlighting the work they have done.”
Exclusive: Cheryl Amirault LeFave On Reentry, Punitive Probation & Withdrawn Pardon
“Everything that I came across for 40 years has been a battle.”
Anticipating New Governor, Somerville Hopes To Advance Plans For Supervised Injection Site
“When people are using them, they're not doing it where people can see it, and they're doing it in a place where they definitely can't die.”
THC PSA: Governor, AG, Treasurer Seek Applicants for Cannabis Social Equity Advisory Board
The body will consult with the Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development as EOHED administers the Cannabis Social Equity Trust Fund
Unfare? Transit Advocates Question Costly MBTA Study To Determine New Fare Structures
Under lame-duck Baker, agencies “still not asking questions like ones we might ask—they're making an assumption that fares will continue to be a large portion of revenue.”
Mass Election Analysis: A Coronation, a Mud Bath, and Some Solid Bouts
Now that Massachusetts has dispensed with primary-season niceties, can an ugly general election get the state's political blood flowing?
Internal Emails Show How MBTA Sought To Market “Safe,” “Good” Trains As System Failed
Politically-connected marketing firm wanted to get people “excited to take the T again.” An official replied, "I am not sure people are ‘excited’ to take the T."
State Wire: Massachusetts Ranks #1 in Child Well-Being
Governor Signs Bill to Improve Children's Mental Health
Governor’s Council Weighs Controversial Parole Board Renomination
Colette Santa’s hearing brought out two supporters and 10 in opposition who testified about her performance on the board in the past five years
Bay State Gas Providers Pay Up
Campaign contributions surged from the state's gas providers to a key legislator amid climate negotiations. Plus, Eversource enters the governor's race.