Cape Cod Organizations Selected for ‘Healthy Summer Jobs’ Funding

HYANNIS - The Office of the Massachusetts attorney general has awarded funding to 74 organizations across the state to fund summer jobs for young … [Read more...]

Healey: Child Tax Credits Exempt from Debt Collection

BOSTON - Qualifying families across Massachusetts are set to receive federal child tax credits as a part of President Joe Biden's American Rescue … [Read more...]

More States Agree to Settlement Plan for Opioid-Maker Purdue

WASHINGTON (AP) - More than a dozen states, including Massachusetts, have dropped their objections to OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma’s reorganization … [Read more...]

Massachusetts Formally Ends State of Emergency

BOSTON - After more than 450 days, the coronavirus state of emergency in Massachusetts is over. Per Governor Charlie Baker's mandate, the state of … [Read more...]

Healey Calls for Increased Cyber Security Measures

BOSTON- Attorney General Maura Healey has called for business and government leaders to increase measures to ensure cyber security in the public and … [Read more...]

New Members Added to Opioid Recovery And Remediation Advisory Council

BOSTON- Three new members have been appointed to the Opioid Recovery and Redemption Fund Advisory Council by Attorney General Maura Healey. The … [Read more...]

State Sues Marketing Firm for Role in Opioid Crisis

BOSTON (AP) - Massachusetts’ top prosecutor has sued a global marketing company for its role in fueling the opioid epidemic. State Attorney General … [Read more...]

Healey: Vaccines Should Be Required for Public Employees

BOSTON (AP) - Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey is calling for mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations for public employees. Healy is seen as a … [Read more...]

Baker Marks Earth Day with Order Targeting Greenhouse Gas

BOSTON (AP) - Governor Charlie Baker has signed an executive order aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions across state facilities. The Republican … [Read more...]

More Money Requested to Bolster Public Housing

HYANNIS – A letter was recently sent to Congress urging them to put more money into public housing. Attorney General Healey joined a group of 14 … [Read more...]



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