Grant Williams breaks down the math: "$54 million in Dallas is really like $58 million in Boston."
The city's old-school rent control scheme worsened housing quality but had no effect on housing supply. Mayor Michelle Wu's new rent control law will likely have the opposite effect.
The justices unanimously agree that the city was not endorsing the flags, and that therefore it couldn’t exclude religious organizations.
The world isn't made a better place by treating individual athletes as appendages of their governments.
The Supreme Court will soon decide a case that tests the limits of expression on government property and religious toleration.
On government curation and government speech.
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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' proposed gas tax holiday and Boston Mayor Michelle Wu's fare-free bus plan will both require taxpayers to subsidize infrastructure they don't use.
The city's solicitation of public input on the demolition of shacks, sheds, and boarded up homes is an invitation for NIMBYism.
Do you have a license for that refrigerator stocked with free food?
The city said that food-packaging regulations stand in the way. That's not true.
Top justice rules that trying to push a criminal case forward over prosecutors’ objections is a violation of separation of powers.
An attempt by the district attorney to drop charges against nonviolent protesters was overruled.
Police unions fight any and all efforts at transparency, accountability.
"America's largest civic experiment to close the gender wage gap" is launching in Boston. It won't work.
Mayor unwilling to sign contract due to potential cost overruns.
Peter Pan's Revenge: Chinatown Bus Operator Fung Wah May Be Closed For Good Because the Government Won't Give it a Parking Spot
How a "big dog" bus company worked with regulators to crush a competitor.
Sometimes cultural shifts take 20 years.
Boston hasn't even been awarded the 2024 Olympics yet, and many of its citizens are already having their civil liberties violated.
14-year-old kills 11-year-old
Former New England Patriot is already awaiting trial on murder charges
Boston Teachers Union Thanks AFT For PAC Ad Buy Supporting Marty Walsh for Mayor, Denies Knowing About it in Advance
Some say it could've helped his opponent if voters knew the national teachers union was pushing for Walsh
Martin Walsh reportedly doesn't think cops needs the guns
Good luck collecting on that
No explosions reported
Facing criminal charges
Don't like the idea of being monitored
Was getting bombarded with calls from supporters
Convicted of 11 murders
Still in charge till January