Governor’s Review has Mass Environmentalists Worried

[soundcloud url=”″ params=”color=ff5500&auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false” width=”100%” height=”166″ iframe=”true” /] Governor Charlie Baker is calling for a review of all state regulations to weed out rules that are unnecessary or could stifle business. The review will hone in on any state law that goes beyond federal regulations. There are quite a few of

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Healey Win Seen as Boost to LGBT Candidates

By Nicole Jacques BU News Service LGBT groups across Massachusetts are celebrating Maura Healey’s election as the first openly gay attorney general in the country as a victory for gay rights. “It’s a step in the right direction for visibility and understanding [for the cause],” said Tori Dutcher-Brown, events coordinator

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Voters React To Political Advertisments

A tsunami of political ads swamped the airwaves during this mid-term season, partially because of a recent Supreme Court ruling allowing so-called super PACS to raise unlimited funds from corporations, unions and individuals. An analysis by Boston University journalism students reveals a staggering $20 million dollars donated by only ten

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Ballot Question 3 – The Casinos


Casinos could be coming to Massachusetts in the near future. And the question remains, will Massachusetts voters fold, or go all in on their vote to have multiple casinos built in the bay state.

Ballot Question 1 – The Gas Tax Index

This year, Massachusetts has four ballot questions to vote on. Boston University News Reporter John-Michael Sedor spoke to a member of Tank the Gas Tax, to find more about ballot question 1.