Tag Archives: MassFiscal

ICYMI: Jeff Jacoby Column On Closing the Union Loophole

( – promoted by Paul R. Ferro) Boston Globe columnist Jeff Jacoby recently devoted his column to the effort of two companies owned by MassFiscal board members to overturn Massachusetts’ unconstitutional “union loophole.” The beginning of Jacoby’s column follows; you can read the whole thing at the link above. WHAT DOES Massachusetts have against the First Amendment? A lawsuit filed…

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Column: Baker Handles Storm With Poise

Baker Handles Storm with Poise



With the whopping $765 million dollar budget gap, former Governor Deval Patrick left his successor and Bay State taxpayers on the hook for a state government that has a spending problem. Like a proverbial runaway train, state government continues to function and move along no matter who is governor or when they are sworn in.…

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Should The Legislature Reform Its Rules?

Some of the most important roll call votes take place once every two years during the “rules” debate. The Sunlight Foundation recently said that Massachusetts is one of just four states to earn an “F” grade for a lack of transparency in state government. We can and must do better! Below are our top 5 recommendations for the legislature to…

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ICYMI: Rick Green Editorial on Internet Sales Tax

(IT is not just an internet sales tax. But the entire internet that will be taxed up to 16%. The FCC is voting soon on this.

– promoted by Rob “EaBo Clipper” Eno) In case you missed it, MassFiscal Chairman Rick Green had an op-ed published in the Boston Globe this past weekend concerning the so-called “Marketplace Fairness Act,” the…

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