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Topic - Martha Coakley
There was no need for the state to restart the selection process for medical marijuana dispensaries despite reports that some applicants may have provided false or misleading information, Gov. Deval Patrick said Monday.
Last fall, the Massachusetts Association of Health Plans hosted its annual conference at Boston's Seaport Hotel, bringing together hundreds of industry officials and a handful of lawmakers, administration officials and legislative aides. Attorney General Martha Coakley addressed the crowd.
A new "buffer-zone" law protecting any medical facility in Wisconsin's capital city is now in court, with pro-life groups suing to have it overturned as a violation of their free-speech rights against abortion.
When Martha Coakley graduated from law school, her father gave her a plaque that read "sometimes the best man for the job is a woman." She's spent the past several decades trying to prove him right.
NAME: Martha Coakley
Shell Oil Co. has agreed to pay $4 million to resolve allegations it got Massachusetts funds to help upgrade underground gasoline storage tanks while also collecting from its insurers.
Attorney General Martha Coakley warned Thursday against expanding the Massachusetts Lottery online.
The state should take a second look at the medical marijuana dispensary licensing process because some of the information on the 20 applications approved last month was not thoroughly vetted and some applicants may have submitted false or misleading statements, House Speaker Robert DeLeo said.
The head of the state's Republican party is distancing herself from a more socially conservative platform approved by the Massachusetts Republican Party.
State Treasurer Steven Grossman said if he were governor he would have accepted the resignation of the head of the embattled Department of Children and Families, putting him at odds with fellow Democrat, Gov. Deval Patrick.
Officials in Springfield, where voters backed a proposed $800 million resort casino, are asking the state's highest court to keep a proposed repeal of the Massachusetts casino gambling law off the November state ballot.
Rather than sleep in during school vacation, students across Massachusetts woke up early Thursday and took the streets of Boston to rally for summer job funding.
Young people from across Massachusetts are planning to converge on the Statehouse to press for more funding for youth summer jobs programs.
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley has asked state gambling regulators to bar casinos from placing liens on the homes of people with unpaid gambling debts.
Attorney General Martha Coakley is defending Gov. Deval Patrick's decision not to fire the head of the state's embattled Department of Children and Families, following the disappearance of a 5-year-old boy now feared dead.
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley argues that the state buffer-zone law has kept the peace around abortion clinics.
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley argues the state buffer-zone law has kept the peace around abortion clinics.