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The Democratic Party's most stalwart defender of civil rights, labor rights, health care, immigration, housing and education for nearly five decades in the U.S. Senate has left us.
The office of lieutenant governor has a limited budget, few prescribed responsibilities and has been vacant for the past 15 months without much notice or effect.
A federal waiver critical to the efforts in Massachusetts to pursue universal health care coverage, rein in cost increases, and deploy payment delivery reform is hung up in secret talks between outgoing Gov. Deval Patrick's administration and the Obama administration.
After this week's dreary news out of Kansas , we owe Hot Air readers a pleasant surprise, and this may be it.
In offering his support for the Simpson-Mazzoli immigration bill, aka the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, Sen. Ted Kennedy said it would be the final time we would have to deal with this issue; that this bill would be the last and final amnesty.
ONE candidate, Jeanne Shaheen, is the only woman ever to have been elected both a senator and a governor.
A half-dozen protesters gathered outside Athol Town Hall ostensibly to protest Republican candidate Susannah Whipps Lee, whom the protesters claim violated their First Amendment Rights related to an alleged effort to remove a photograph on social media.
IN NORTH CONWAY. SHE IS NOW FREE ON A $20,000 BOND. COMMITMENT 2014 COVERAGE NOW, AND OVER THE PAST MONTH WE'VE BEEN INTRODUCING YOU TO CANDIDATES RUNNING FOR OFFICE THIS FALL, AND THIS WEEK WE ARE WRAPPING UP THAT SERIES, PROFILING THE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES FOR U.S. SENATE.
With Attorney General Eric Holder personally overseeing the investigation into what happened in Ferguson, Missouri, the wheels of justice have begun to move, however slowly.
In less than two weeks, Massachusetts voters will be selecting a lieutenant governor, someone who will be a heartbeat away from the governor's office for the next four years.
On Friday, Aug. 29, the candidates will take their messages to the voters in a taped, televised forum at the studios of MassLive.com media partner CBS 3 Springfield.
Steve Kerrigan, a Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor, will greet supporters and voters at 6 tonight at Mad Jack's BBQ at 295 North St. in Pittsfield.
The hot-button issue of immigration pushed Rep. Tom Cotton into politics, and now he's using the issue to push Sen. Mark Pryor out of the Senate.
It has been five years since Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy died. His loss to the political landscape reverberates for many even today.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 03:01 am
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