After the Cops Seized Her Car, the Government Waited Five Years Before Giving Her a Chance To Get It Back
In Massachusetts, Malinda Harris argues, civil asset forfeiture routinely violates the right to due process.
A promising new law will give agricultural communities in Massachusetts more say in local public-health rules that apply to them and impact their property and livelihoods.
The Bay State finally creates a police certification system.
The most expensive ballot initiative campaign in Massachusetts history ended with a resounding victory for property rights.
Meanwhile a privately owned campground nearby works to bring in business
Two November ballot initiatives would introduce ranked-choice voting in two more states.
The costly fight over a “right to repair” proposal has led to a lot of cybersecurity fearmongering.
A week after being sued over his arbitrary COVID-19 policy, Gov. Charlie Baker says he will allow arcades to reopen.
A federal lawsuit argues that the distinction drawn by Massachusetts is unconstitutional.
To the extent that the accusations against Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse get into specifics, they're pretty dubious.
The report found it was "not uncommon for Narcotics Bureau officers to write false or incomplete narratives that justify their uses of force."
Bay State officials expect a new ban on flavored tobacco products to benefit illegal suppliers.
Trends in Massachusetts highlight the importance of voluntary changes in behavior.
But then, those stadiums weren't likely to bring the growth the cities wanted in the first place.
From doxxing people with the new coronavirus to making diagnosed and suspected patients wear ankle monitors, some states are taking all the wrong steps to slow the spread of COVID-19.
From relaxed TSA rules to speedy FDA approvals, the coronavirus is forcing authorities to admit many of their regulations are unnecessary.
Independent booze retailers are trying to stifle competition using arguments from Prohibition.
Don’t be afraid of the robopups, but make sure we leash law enforcement to keep officers from misusing them.
She also frantically tried to find him, and she alerted his family once she knew where he was.
The bill, which the state House passed yesterday, says police may seize vehicles in which they find untaxed vaping products.
The 21-year-old faces criminal punishment for text messages to her suicidal boyfriend.
The bill is an obvious First Amendment violation says Jim Manley of the Pacific Legal Foundation.
The latest findings highlight the irrationality of banning legal e-cigarettes that deliver nicotine.
Citing respiratory diseases associated with black-market THC products, the state is banning legal e-cigarettes that are far less hazardous than the conventional kind.
Massachusetts Voters May Finally Get a Chance To Repeal the State's Awful Cap on Beer and Wine Sales
For too long, state lawmakers have played favorites with booze laws. Will they finally let voters decide where they can buy?
HBO documentary explores teen’s culpability in boyfriend’s suicide.
The state's heavily regulated restaurant industry thinks beer gardens have it too easy
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.