Joshua Miller

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.

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An effort to ban state-funded abortion services didn’t get enough signatures

By , Globe Staff

Massachusetts is one of 17 states in the country where state-funded abortions are allowed.

Three announce bids for Senate presidency — with a big ‘if’

By , Globe Staff

Democrats Linda Dorcena Forry of Dorchester, Eileen Donoghue of Lowell, and Karen Spilka of Ashland made their ambitions public Wednesday.

State Senate opens ethics inquiry into Stan Rosenberg

By , Globe Staff

The investigation stems from a Globe report that detailed accusations from four men who alleged that Stanley Rosenberg’s husband sexually assaulted or harassed them.

Rosenberg to step aside during investigation

By Joshua Miller , Globe Staff

Just days after explosive allegations that Massachusetts Senate President Stanley C. Rosenberg’s husband had sexually assaulted and harassed four men, Rosenberg announced Monday that he will step aside as the chamber’s leader for the duration of an investigation into the allegations. That’s according to a letter he sent to colleagues Monday morning.