The civil rights group argues that such laws infringe on free speech.
Guyora Binder and Luis Chiesa break it down, and some quibbles.
The Michelle Carter case has troubling free speech implications.
She's the highest-profile candidate to jump in.
The ruling extends to secret recordings of police officers.
South Carolina used to mandate tiny bottles for the same reason.
After years of opposition, Kennedy has finally jumped on the pro-weed legalization bandwagon.
Massachusetts Cop Charged With Kicking Latino Teen, Spitting on Him, Saying: 'Welcome to the White Man's World'
The officer was caught on video threatening to plant a "kilo of coke" in another teen's pocket.
"Fishman would bring a sorely needed independent streak to the office," the paper editorializes.
A surprising upset in the Bay State
The district attorney's office claims that there's "sufficient evidence to suggest a crime had been committed."
The sale of recreational cannabis in the state has yet to be authorized, even though the plant is now supposed to be legal there.
Kevin Sweeney pleaded guilty to fraud. He is the sixth state trooper to be accused of lying to get more overtime.
Fox News hosts thought they were speaking with Ann Kirkpatrick. They were mistaken.
The former governor cut government's size, scope, and spending in Massachusetts. Now he says he wants to shrink the federal government too.Listen
The Republican governor of Massachusetts just made a deal to give away more freebies and keep taxes high.
A Male Student Was Suspended for Groping. He Says Another Guy Confessed, But Boston College Didn't Care.
An appeals court rules in favor of the accused, says college officials appeared to violate "basic fairness."
Boston is the top destination for Gotham residents seeking to escape New York's high taxes and regulations.
Alaska has the lowest taxes on recreational marijuana.
Two states attempt to dictate how farmers outside their boundaries treat their animals.
Smaller government has the possibility to be more honest government.
Police agencies regularly demonstrate the need for radical reform.
Even while scaling back mandatory minimums, politicians can't resist trying to punish people to fight drugs.
This is your war on drugs...on drugs.
Sydney Chaffee was the first charter school teacher to win the national honor.
Prosecutors are expected to drop nearly all of the convictions based on the work of a drug lab chemist who falsified evidence in favor of police.
A corrupt crime lab tech tainted one in six drug cases in Massachusetts. The state high court just ordered prosecutors to drop thousands of those cases.
Some businesses can't handle the increased burdens.
Large farms have been stung by two recent setbacks. What's next?
Passage of Question 4 creates a pot-tolerant foothold in the Northeast.
Authorities want to play "War on Pot"-with helicopters and militarized raids-while they still can.
With pot on the ballot in nine states, support for allowing recreational use is strongest in California, while Florida looks likeliest to permit medical use.
Annie Dookhan tainted an estimated one in six drug cases in Massachusetts over a nine-year period. The ACLU says all those cases should be thrown out.
Running may "just as easily be motivated by desire to avoid the recurring indignity of being racially profiled as by desire to hide criminal activity."
Ballot measure will decide in November whether to impose unwise, harmful, costly, and unconstitutional standards for raising a host of livestock animals.
Let's not ignore the ordinances and harassment of the poor that led to this.