Massachusetts Daily Collegian

“Right to Repair” and medical marijuana laws pass

By Sam Hayes

November 7, 2012

Filed under News, Politics

Two of the three Massachusetts ballot questions – the “Right to Repair” and medical marijuana ballot initiatives – passed last night and will become law. The physician-assisted suicide ballot question was too clo...

Major ballot questions you will see on November 6

By Sam Hayes

November 6, 2012

Filed under Local News, News

Massachusetts citizens have the ability today to vote on three state-wide ballot questions that will shape the way the state deals with marijuana, end-of-life care and availability of automobile records. The first question is the “Right to Repair” focuses on the availability of diag...

Vote “No” to help Mass. Budget

By Zachary Weishar

October 28, 2010

Filed under Columns, Point-Counterpoint

Click here to see the other side of the Point-Counterpoint: "Vote yes for tax removal on alcohol" On Nov. 2, 2010, voters across the state will cast their ballot to decide whom can best represent our state in public office....

Vote yes for tax removal on alcohol

By Matthew M. Robare

October 28, 2010

Filed under Columns, Point-Counterpoint

Click here to see the other side of the Point-Counterpoint: "Vote 'No' to help Mass. Budget" The main thing most students have to worry about, besides from the apocolypse and the looming threat of midterm exams, is what we...

Repeal Sales Tax on Alcohol? This Year, it’s Number One

By Cam Dunbar

October 28, 2010

Filed under Archives

On November 2, voters in Massachusetts will go to the polls and decide on three ballot initiatives, the first being to repeal the state sales tax on alcohol. This measure would go into effect on January 1, 2011, and has been met...