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Mass., N.H. AGs to Market Basket: Follow the Law When You Fire People

The attorneys general of Massachusetts and New Hampshire sent a joint letter Thursday to Market Basket co-CEOs Felicia Thornton and James Gooch, spelling out employment laws in the two states about wages owed to fired employees. Read More...


North Adams Regional Hospital reaction, Attorney General Martha Coakley's investigation continuing

An Attorney General's office investigation into the abrupt closure in March of North Adams Regional Hospital is still ongoing, according to a news release from Massachusetts attorney general and Democratic candidate for governor Martha Coakley. Read More...


Safe Access Bill: A Case Study of Leadership

Since the day the Supreme Court issued its ruling on our buffer zone, Martha has worked closely with Planned Parenthood to pass the Safe Access bill and keep the people of Massachusetts safe. Yesterday’s votes are both a victory and a reminder of why it is so important we work as hard as possible to make Martha our next governor. Read More...


Gov. Patrick Signs Bill to Protect Patients Accessing Abortion Clinics

Earlier this week, after the House and Senate swiftly came to a compromise on the bill, Attorney General Martha Coakley, who was instrumental in crafting the new legislation with pro-choice organizations, state leaders, and health officials, applauded the bill’s passage. Read More...


Martha Coakley welcomes volunteers, voters to Springfield campaign office

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Martha Coakley is hoping her new district office in Springfield will make it simple for residents to learn about her campaign. Read More...


Do Super PACs in Massachusetts bother you?

Hear what Massachusetts voters have to say about Super PACs in our state. Read More...


Coakley opens campaign office in Springfield

Less than two months away from primary elections, one of the front-runners in the race for governor paid the city a visit on Sunday. Read More...


STEVE GROSSMAN SUPERPAC LAUNCHES MISLEADING ATTACK ADS AGAINST MARTHA COAKLEY

In response to a misleading attack ad launched today against Martha Coakley by a shadowy SuperPAC supporting Steve Grossman, the Coakley campaign released a video of Massachusetts voters reminding Grossman that SuperPACs spending unlimited amounts of secret, undisclosed money on such attacks have no place in this election. Read More...


Attorney general, New Bedford work together to repair abandoned homes

The house on the corner of Cottage and Elm streets has come a long way since it was abandoned nearly four years ago. Read More...


MARTHA COAKLEY ENDORSED BY MAYOR FLANAGAN OF FALL RIVER

FALL RIVER - Wednesday, July 23, 2014 - Attorney General Martha Coakley, candidate for governor, today will receive the endorsement of Fall River Mayor Will Flanagan, based on her longstanding commitment to the issues that impact the residents of the South Coast. Mayor Flanagan will officially endorse Coakley at Kennedy Park Inclusion Playground, 367 Broadway in Fall River at12:30 p.m. "I am proud to endorse Martha Coakley for governor," said Mayor Flanagan. "I know from Coakley's record of...
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