The moment calls for a progressive champion with a solid track record. The senator deserves Democrats’ vote in the Sept. 1 primary.
There won't be significant reform at the agency until the state changes the way it selects rank-and-file troopers.
To honor John Lewis's legacy, Congress must pass a bill to restore and update the civil-rights era law that protects the right to vote.
With much work left to be done, lawmakers will have to jettison the rule that spells the end of formal business on July 31.
The actions in Portland are a blatant political power play designed to tap the same fear-mongering and racialized appeal that helped boost him to an election victory in 2016.
House and Senate conferees need to think big picture as they hash out the future of policing in Massachusetts.
Ignition locks are a proven lifesaver; it's time Massachusetts closed a gaping loophole in their use.
A court ruling in favor of the sheriff puts the onus on Massachusetts lawmakers to end the practice of charging exorbitant phone fees to inmates and their loved ones.