« CEI Today: TSA body scanners, White House hot air, GOP & labor unions, and more | Main | Brown For US Senate - SCOTT BROWN MAKES PUBLIC EIGHT YEARS OF JOINT TAX RETURNS »

BostonGlobe.com CAPITAL Headlines - June 20, 2014 

The Boston Globe





Here are highlights from CAPITAL  today:

  • Poll shows Mass. voters still support casinos: Massachusetts voters still support Las Vegas-style gaming in the state, even as they’ve soured on the commission charged with selecting casino operators, according to a new Boston Globe poll.
  • Campaigns fueled by coffee and donuts: Massachusetts candidates spend thousands of dollars a year on coffee and doughnuts, according to campaign finance reports. An infographic illustrates the stats - a this link and below.
  • Late-night license debate poses test for Walsh: Mayor Walsh wants to extend closing times at bars and restaurants to 4 a.m. But some members of the city’s House delegation are resisting. Jim O'Sullivan's latest Political Intelligence column.
  • Don Berwick and the single payer pitch: Single-payer is set to finally get the attention it merits as essentially the only markedly different policy proposal to emerge from either party. Editorial page editor Peter Canellos details.

PrintView Printer Friendly Version

EmailEmail Article to Friend