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White House, state AGs seek ways to hold manufacturers, dealers responsible for gun crimes

White House officials met Thursday with attorneys general from seven states and the District of Columbia to discuss steps they can take to "hold accountable" gun manufacturers and dealers whose firearms wind up in shootings.

August 5th, 2021|

Mass. AG’s Office Sues Grubhub, Claims It Violated Cap On Restaurant Fees

The Office of Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey has filed a lawsuit against the online food delivery service Grubhub for allegedly overcharging restaurants using its platform in the pandemic.

July 29th, 2021|

AG’s Office provides grant funding for Fitchburg social service agency

Attorney General Maura Healey recently announced her office is awarding nearly $300,000 in grant funding to 74 organizations, including Fitchburg’s Making Opportunity Count Inc., to fund summer jobs for young people that are focused on promoting health and wellness, according to a press release from the AG’s office.

July 28th, 2021|

AG Healey funds summer work for Lynn, Salem, and Peabody organizations

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey has announced that her office is awarding approximately $300,000 in grant funding to 74 organizations throughout the state to fund summer jobs for youth, which are aimed at promoting health and wellness.

July 20th, 2021|

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White House, state AGs seek ways to hold manufacturers, dealers responsible for gun crimes

White House officials met Thursday with attorneys general from seven states and the District of Columbia to discuss steps they can take to "hold accountable" gun manufacturers and dealers whose firearms wind up in shootings.

August 5th, 2021|

Mass. AG’s Office Sues Grubhub, Claims It Violated Cap On Restaurant Fees

The Office of Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey has filed a lawsuit against the online food delivery service Grubhub for allegedly overcharging restaurants using its platform in the pandemic.

July 29th, 2021|

AG’s Office provides grant funding for Fitchburg social service agency

Attorney General Maura Healey recently announced her office is awarding nearly $300,000 in grant funding to 74 organizations, including Fitchburg’s Making Opportunity Count Inc., to fund summer jobs for young people that are focused on promoting health and wellness, according to a press release from the AG’s office.

July 28th, 2021|

AG Healey funds summer work for Lynn, Salem, and Peabody organizations

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey has announced that her office is awarding approximately $300,000 in grant funding to 74 organizations throughout the state to fund summer jobs for youth, which are aimed at promoting health and wellness.

July 20th, 2021|

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