By removing medically unnecessary barriers to care in Massachusetts law, Amendment #180 reaffirms that abortion is essential, time-sensitive health care.
From providing adequate mental health care to slowing the spread of COVID-19, Massachusetts must do more to save the lives of people in jails and prisons.
Massachusetts leaders are right to center privacy, equity, efficacy, and security in their exploration of tech-assisted contact tracing.
The future of abortion access at the federal level is gravely uncertain, making it crucial that Massachusetts leads by improving access to abortion care.
Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley and District Attorney Rachael Rollins today called on Governor Charlie Baker to reduce Massachusetts’ incarcerated population, following a spike of COVID-19 cases.
Our nation’s electoral systems have withstood record turnout, an avalanche of mail-in ballots in a pandemic, and the attacks of a president who would rather tear down democratic norms and institutions than admit he is a loser in a national election.