Even though it has been 18 years since digital tolling debuted on the Pike, there is still not even a data retention policy.
Drafting these regulations was an opportunity to clarify vague and troubling language, but Galvin’s office has failed to address several issues left by state lawmakers.
An update on the persecution of a beloved Mass cannabis activist
Top Dems make a show of pretending they might enforce the public records law
There is phenomenal news for Bernie Sanders supporters in the 26th Middlesex House District, which covers significant swaths of Cambridge and Somerville.
He’s a shameless mouthpiece for the businesspeople aiming to shift more public dollars toward institutions that are not accountable to taxpayers.
Secretary of the Commonwealth shames independents (but should instead be ashamed of himself)
His mistakes go on, from claiming, “decriminalization destroys early intervention,” to failing to understand that court-ordered drug treatment for pot is an enormous waste of resources that could go to treating opiate addiction.
After failed attempt to give Boston control of licenses, liquor laws still stuck in last century
‘This was before the first 10,000-person rally, this was before the first 5,000-person rally, this was before the first rally.’