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At the heart of the Muzzles is a simple but powerful idea: "Congress" -- and all levels of government, thanks to the 14th Amendment -- "shall make no law ... abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press."
Rep. Stephen Lynch (D-Mass.) was re-elected to Congress on Tuesday. Lynch represents Massachusetts' 8th District. See more
Reps. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.), Joe Kennedy (D-Mass.) and Stephen Lynch (D-Mass.) are joining the more than 36,000 registered
It has become clear that Keystone pipeline is a threat to jobs, health and safety, energy security, food and water security, smart growth, and the climate -- but that's not all it threatens: Now, Keystone XL is becoming toxic for politicians who support it.
The race to fill Secretary of State John Kerry's former Senate seat has been overshadowed by the Boston Marathon bombings
The Boston Globe's Matt Viser tweeted the news Saturday: Read the Markey campaign's statement on Kennedy's endorsement below
Public Policy Polling has found Markey ahead of Lynch by 14 points (50 percent to 36 percent), which is similar to the margin
Rep. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) received a big boost Sunday morning in his bid to fill Secretary of State John Kerry's U.S. Senate
Lynch is running against Rep. Ed Markey in the Democratic primary for John Kerry's old Senate seat in Massachusetts. With no serious Republican candidate in the race, the primary will likely determine the election.
He also posed questions about the use of drones that he said needed answers: "Who makes the decisions as to when these drones
CJ on the song: "'Say Oh Say' is one of my favorite songs on the record. It was also one of the hardest to write. We (Thad
Ahead of the April 30 primary, Markey held an 11 point lead over rival and fellow Congressman Stephen Lynch, who had gained
A spokesman for Lynch's campaign said they had not gotten the idea for their new ad from D'Alessandro. "I didn't even know
“Ed Markey will be a strong advocate for working families in Massachusetts,” Cliff Cohn, chairman of the SEIU Massachusetts
"In Congress, I've learned that doing what's right means knowing when to compromise, and when to stand firm," Lynch says
"We will vote against any and every cut to Medicare, Medicaid, or Social Security benefits -- including raising the retirement
Massachusetts state Rep. Carl Sciortino (D), one of the few openly gay members in state legislature, announced in February
Massachusetts Congressman and Senate candidate Stephen Lynch is scurrying around to explain away his vote against Obamacare. In fact, his opposition to Obamacare when it mattered most was the height of moral and political cowardice.