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Massachusetts Lawmakers May Have Finally Found A Way To Drive Out Their Last Three...

April 27, 2021 6:19 PM ET By Larry Keane Out of curiosity, are there any governors out there who might be interested in bringing a historic manufacturing business to their state? It’s one that employs thousands and contributes to over $4.5 million in state and federal taxes for a $2.4 billion economic impact. Massachusetts lawmakers…

Cambridge, Mass. Passes Measure to Recognize Domestic Partnerships of More than 2 People

The Massachusetts city of Cambridge has put in place a measure that recognizes domestic partnerships of more than two people, euphemistically referred to a polyamorous “families,” which in practice means sexual relationships between multiple adults in one household. The Christian Post reported on the radical social construct: A domestic partnership in the city that is…

Prisoners Have Died Due To Inadequate Mental Health Services In Massachusetts Prisons, DOJ Finds

An investigation into the Massachusetts Department of Corrections found the lack of adequate supervision and treatment for prisoners suffering from mental health issues led to multiple deaths and serious harm, the Department of Justice announced Tuesday. The investigation concluded that the Massachusetts Department of Corrections (MDOC) is in violation of the Eighth Amendment of the…

Massachusetts Dems Push Radical ROE Act: Abortions Until Birth, Care Denied to Baby Survivors

Massachusetts House Speaker Robert DeLeo (D) will push for a vote this week on an amendment to the annual budget bill that would codify abortion rights into state law, legalize abortions until birth, and allow abortionists to deny care to infants who survive the procedure. “Following last week’s joint statement with Senate President [Karen] Spilka…

Hundreds in Boston Take to Streets to Protest Breonna Taylor Grand Jury Decision

Hundreds of protesters streamed through downtown Boston on Friday night, protesting a grand jury decision on a police officer-involved shooting of Breonna Taylor earlier this year. One video posted on social media showed at least several hundred protesters marching down a street in Boston, with someone on a megaphone shouting, “Say her name!” as others…

Man Sleeping In His Backyard Gets Quite The Surprise When Bear Wakes Him Up

September 14, 2020 8:48 PM ET A man just taking a little snooze in his backyard in Greenfield, Massachusetts, got quite the surprise when a bear wandered into his backyard and woke him from his nap. Yes, you read that correctly. It happened when Matt Bete was napping by his pool when a bear showed…

Massachusetts Sen Ed Markey Beats Rep Joe Kennedy III In Contentious Primary

September 01, 2020 10:45 PM ET Massachusetts Democratic Senator Ed Markey successfully overcame his primary challenge from Rep. Joe Kennedy III Tuesday night. Markey, who has served in the Senate since 2015, led Kennedy 55% to 45% when the race was called, The New York Times reported, marking the end to one of the most…

Sen. Ed Markey: ‘We Must Totally Dismantle ICE’

Sen. Ed Markey (D-MA) made renewed calls on Friday for amnesty for every illegal alien living in the United States and for abolishing enforcement of immigration laws. “We must totally dismantle ICE and establish a pathway to citizenship for all 11 million undocumented immigrants in our country,” Markey wrote on social media. We must totally…

Poll: Ed Markey Takes Double-Digit Lead in Primary Race Against Joe Kennedy

A poll released Wednesday revealed Sen. Ed Markey (D-MA) leading his challenger, Rep. Joe Kennedy III (D-MA), by double digits in the Massachusetts Democrat primary race taking place in just over two weeks. The University of Massachusetts Amherst/WCVB poll, conducted July 31–August 7, showed the incumbent senator ahead of Kennedy by 15 points, 51 percent…

Massachusetts ‘Back the Blue’ Rally Sees Record Turnout

Wilbraham and Hampden, Massachusetts, enjoyed record attendance in support of law enforcement officers at Thursday’s Back the Blue rally. Two Massachusetts towns served as the beginning and end points of a mobile rally to support local police. Participants started in Wilbraham, following the “rolling rally” as it traveled to its destination in Hampden. Local news…

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