Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.), who has positioned herself on the frontlines of campaign finance reform, can circumvent campaign finance limits with the use of a joint fundraising committee that was quietly established earlier this year.
A Massachusetts Republican woman who served in the administration of former Gov. Mitt Romney on Monday announced her candidacy for the Senate in hopes of ousting Democratic incumbent Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
A monograph published late last month of anti-Israel curriculum used in Newton, Mass., public high schools has led to revelations of similar materials in circulation at other school districts in the country, the report’s researcher told the Washington Free Beacon on Thursday.
Rep. Niki Tsongas (D., Mass.) announced Wednesday that she will not seek reelection in Massachusetts’ third congressional district.
Six individuals have been charged in Boston federal court for the buying and selling of false identification documents. The documents were subsequently used in some cases to allow for fraudulent voter registration.
The Massachusetts Supreme Court on Monday ruled that state law does not allow local officials to detain illegal immigrants and others at the request of federal immigration authorities.
Nearly four out of every five dollars that Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren (D.) reported last quarter came from donors outside of her home state, according to a recently filed campaign fundraising report.
Medical marijuana users are now a protected class in Massachusetts after the state’s highest court declared that workers dismissed for positive drug tests can launch anti-discrimination suits against their former employers.
A candidate for the 2018 U.S. Senate race in Massachusetts tweeted out a video on Sunday challenging Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) to prove her claims of having American Indian heritage.