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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Martha Coakley
The Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously struck down a Massachusetts law creating 35-foot "buffer zones" around abortion clinics, saying it violated the First Amendment rights of protesters who gathered near the clinics.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Steven Grossman called for a probe of Attorney General Martha Coakley's campaign expenses on Thursday after reports that Coakley reimbursed the state for political expenses dating back to her 2010 re-election bid.
Attorney General Martha Coakley's campaign says it's reimbursing the state nearly $11,000 in gas and mileage expenses related to her political campaigns dating back to Coakley's 2010 re-election bid.
Attorney General Martha Coakley's campaign is pledging to reimburse the state for mileage and gas costs associated with her campaign travel.
Republican candidate for governor Charlie Baker is faulting Democratic rival Martha Coakley for flubbing a question on the state gas tax.
Attorney General Martha Coakley reached an agreement Monday with Partners HealthCare that will allow the state's largest hospital and physicians' network to acquire South Shore Hospital and Hallmark Health Systems.
Attorney General Martha Coakley is threatening to sue the Federal Housing Finance Agency for refusing to comply with a state law designed to help stem foreclosures.
Attorney General Martha Coakley called Monday for a change in state campaign finance law that would require super PACs disclose their donors and expenditures more frequently.
Attorney General Martha Coakley is disavowing a new super PAC-funded ad that takes aim at Republican candidate for governor Charlie Baker.
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley is pushing for more action to help distressed mortgage holders keep their homes.
Hopes for a so-called "people's pledge" in the Democratic primary for Massachusetts governor could be fading.
Two of the top Democratic candidates running for Massachusetts governor are faulting each other for not being strict enough when it comes to opposing outside money in the election.
Democratic Attorney General Martha Coakley on Wednesday became the first candidate for Massachusetts governor to formally submit nomination signatures to the secretary of state's office, and said she was taking nothing for granted despite recent polls suggesting she is the early front-runner.
Massachusetts Treasurer Steve Grossman faced off against the state's gun lobby director in an informal debate Thursday meant to highlight what the Democratic candidate for governor says is the failure of a party primary opponent - Attorney General Martha Coakley - to embrace tougher gun control.
Attorney General Martha Coakley's campaign committee has agreed to pay nearly $18,000 to charity as part of an agreement with campaign regulators over payments made with federal committee funds.
"Our work begins again" to "protect everyone from harassment, threats and physical obstruction," she said.
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley said lawmakers will quickly rewrite the law.