A Massachusetts native and graduate of Bowdoin College, Joshua Miller covers politics for the Globe. He worked in Washington, D.C., at The Atlantic, ABC News, and the Capitol Hill newspaper Roll Call before joining the Globe in 2013.
By Joshua Miller and Matt Stout , Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent
With speed rarely seen in the State House, the Mass. House took a preliminary vote on a bill that is aimed at avoiding a bitter electoral showdown over three ballot questions this November.
By Joshua Miller , Globe Staff
Activists and business leaders who have been pressing these ballot questions are set to meet with legislative leaders on Wednesday — but they could still walk away and go to voters.
By Jon Chesto and Joshua Miller , Globe Staff
The Supreme Judicial Court has ruled on whether a ballot question that would hike the state income tax on Massachusetts’ highest earners and put that money into transportation and education will go to voters this November, the court announced Monday at 8 a.m.
By John Chesto and Joshua Miller , Globe Staff
The Supreme Judicial Court has rejected a ballot question that would raise the state income tax on Massachusetts’ highest earners.