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'''Laws and history'''
 
'''Laws and history'''

Revision as of 15:33, 18 June 2013

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Massachusetts ballot news


Top state executive official resignations of 2013 Dec 20, 2013

By Greg Janetka

With the year winding down and end-of-the-year lists aplenty, we offer you a review of the year through the top state executive official resignations of 2013. From officials surrounded by scandal, to one appointed to the U.S. Senate and one simply seeking more money, the year was busy with top names leaving their posts early.

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Massachusetts Government

State executives
GovernorLieutenant GovernorAttorney GeneralSecretary of StateTreasurerState AuditorCommissioner of EducationCommissioner of InsuranceCommissioner of AgricultureSecretary of Energy and Environmental AffairsSecretary of Labor and Workforce DevelopmentChair of Public Utilities

State legislature
State LegislatureHouse of RepresentativesSenate

Other
ConstitutionSupreme Court


Massachusetts Counties
BarnstableBerkshireBristolDukesEssexFranklinHampdenHampshireMiddlesexNantucketNorfolkPlymouthSuffolkWorcester


Voting and elections

Laws and history

Media and activism


Massachusettsians can vote on...

Statutes from citizens
Allowed
Vetoing legislation by referendum
Allowed
Recalling officials
Prohibited








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