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Voters are being asked this November to decide whether Massachusetts should be the first state in the country to regulate dental insurance premiums by requiring plans to spend at least 83 percent of premiums on care.
Labor attorney Shannon Liss-Riordan will officially launch her campaign for attorney general on Tuesday.
Longtime Secretary of State William Galvin said early Monday morning that he will run for reelection this year.
House and Senate GOP leaders named legalization of sports betting and unlocking the voter-approved tax deduction for charitable giving among their top priorities heading into the second year of the legislative session.
Gov. Charlie Baker, a two-term Republican who, at his peak, was one of the most popular governors in the country, will not seek a third term, throwing wide open the 2022 race for the state's top political office after close to two years of managing through a global pandemic.
House Speaker Ronald Mariano said Monday that he intends to stick around for another term in one of the most powerful posts in state government.
Gov. Charlie Baker late last week signed off on new district boundaries for all 200 seats in the House and Senate, disappointing Secretary of State William Galvin who had asked for more time to propose "fixes" that he hoped would alleviate some of the headaches of administering elections over the next decade.
Voting is about to get underway in an election that will see voters elect the first woman as mayor in the city’s history.