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Maura Healey’s Trump Card

Our AG has sued Donald Trump’s administration more than any other elected official in America—and voters love her for it. But is she playing for the state’s glory, or her own?

Women's March 2018 Cambridge
City Life

The Best Signs from the 2018 Boston/Cambridge Women’s March

The crowd may have been smaller, but the signs were no less poignant. Thousands of protesters showed up at Cambridge Common for the second Women’s […]

Women's March 2018 Cambridge
City Life

Thousands Returned for the Women’s March 2018 in Cambridge

The pussy hats were there. The field of signs was there. And the calls for President Donald Trump’s impeachment were there. The 2018 Women’s March may not […]

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City Life

Activists Prepare for Second Women’s March in Cambridge and Boston

Last January, more than 100,000 people flooded Boston Common with pink hats, signs of resistance, and cheers for science. A year later, organizers of the […]

City Life

The Trump Effect

One year in, many of Boston’s biggest names are feeling the president’s influence—for better or for worse.

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Wellness

Massachusetts State House Passes Free Birth Control Bill

The Massachusetts House of Representatives resoundingly passed a bill ensuring access to free birth control on Wednesday in a stark reproach of policy enacted at […]

Wellness

Maura Healey Expands Opioid Manufacturer Investigation

Attorney General Maura Healey is expanding an investigation into dubious practices at major opioid manufacturers and distributors, in hopes of uncovering the truth about their […]

City Life

Massachusetts Is Suing Over DACA, Maura Healey Says

Once again, Massachusetts has by and large rejected President Trump’s latest sweeping decision targeting immigrants, this time the roughly 800,000 young people brought here as children and […]

City Life

Uber to Repay Some Massachusetts Drivers More Than $210,000 in Toll Fees

Certain local Uber drivers are about to get a little extra money from the company. Some 336 Massachusetts drivers will be getting repaid around $625 each […]

City Life

Massachusetts Is Suing Betsy DeVos

We’re suing again. In Massachusetts and 18 other states, attorneys general are taking Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to court over the Trump administration’s decision to […]

Wellness

Maura Healey Is Part of a National Opioid Manufacturer Investigation

A multi-state investigation could hold pharmaceutical companies partially responsible for the opioid crisis. A bipartisan group of attorneys general, including Massachusetts’ Maura Healey, is investigating […]

City Life

Maura Healey Is Heading Back to Court Over Travel Ban 2.0

Here we go again. Attorney General Maura Healey just announced that the state is going to battle once more with the Trump administration over the […]

City Life

Massachusetts Doesn’t Like Travel Ban 2.0 Either

So President Trump unveiled his administration’s highly anticipated second try at a travel ban yesterday, and this one isn’t going over well either. Not surprisingly, Massachusetts’ political […]

City Life

Attorney General Maura Healey Will Defy Climate Change Subpoena

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey appears unimpressed by Congress’s latest attempt to derail her investigation of Exxon Mobil. The Boston Globe reports that Healey will not […]

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More Than 500 Employees of Massachusetts Companies Were Affected by the Trump Travel Ban

The impact of President Trump’s travel ban continues to emanate throughout Massachusetts, with a lawsuit saying 545 people from various companies and institutions were affected, according to the […]