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Attorney General Maura Healey Sworn-In
Maura Healey has been sworn in as the state's 55th attorney general.
Healey took her oath of Wednesday afternoon during a ceremony at Boston's historic Faneuil Hall. Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Chief Justice Ralph Gants administered the oath...
Treasurer Steve Grossman Talks Market Basket
When it comes to the ongoing negotiations between the Demoulas cousins of Market Basket, State Treasurer Steven Grossman says if he were governor, he would have spoken out sooner than Governor Deval Patrick has.
Speaking on WBSM's "Taylor Cormier Show", Grossman, a Democratic candidate for …
Grossman Says SJC Decision “Right Thing To Do”
State Treasurer and Democratic candidate for Governor Steve Grossman made several stops on the Southcoast Wednesday, highlighting advanced manufacturing and health care in the region.
During a stop at St. Lukes Hospital to view some new construction there, Grossman said he supported the Supreme Judic…
Grossman: May spend $9 Million To Win Democratic Primary
Democratic candidate for governor Steven Grossman says he may spend as much as $9 million to win his party's primary.
Grossman was required to submit the self-imposed limit as part of the state's public campaign finance law.
Grossman was one of three gubernatorial hopefuls who opted not to p…
Coakley Agrees To Limit Campaign Spending
Martha Coakley has agreed to limit her campaign spending so she can participate in the state's public campaign financing program.
Coakley, who is seeking the Democratic nomination for governor, joins fellow Democratic candidates Joseph Avellone and Donald Berwick and Republican candidate for gov…
Grossman Pushes Pre-K Education
State treasurer and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Steven Grossman is urging business leaders to support a universal pre-kindergarten program for all of the state's children.
In a speech on Thursday to the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, Grossman called for creation of a public-private partne…
State Lawmakers Begin Budget Review
Massachusetts House and Senate lawmakers are kicking off their annual budget deliberations with a hearing on Gov. Deval Patrick’s $36.2 billion spending plan for the 2015 fiscal year.
House and Senate Ways and Means committees will hear testimony from members of the Patrick administration and other t…

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