Voters in Tuesday’s Democratic primary in Massachusetts will nominate a candidate for state attorney general. The choice is between former state legislator Warren Tolman, and former assistant attorney general Maura Healey. It has turned out to be an intriguing contest between the veteran politician and the first-time candidate. WAMC’s Pioneer Valley Bureau Chief Paul Tuthill spoke with both candidates. Here is Maura Healey.
Records show the five police shootings in Vermont this year are the most in one year and double the 17-year average since the attorney general's office began investigating all officer-involved shootings.
The key prosecution witness at John Rowland's conspiracy trial says he hired the former Connecticut governor as a consultant for his wife's 2012 congressional campaign and hid the deal in a contract for his nursing home company.