Romney in tight spot after Obama immigration move – Middleborough naughty words law up for AG review – North Shore congressional rivals fail to make attack-ad deal

Mitt Romney is walking a thin line on immigration since President Obama’s announcement that he will ease up on enforcing deportation laws for some young illegal immigrants. Romney didn’t even say he’d repeal the order if he’s elected. Scott Brown, however, is against the move.

Speaker DeLeo laughs off “the joke” for the 800th time.

The future of Middleborough’s naughty talk law is in the hands of Attorney General Martha Coakley.

Unlike Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren, John Tierney and Richard Tisei will not have a nice, outside-money-attack-ad free campaign this year.

Marian Walsh, ESQ Consulting Services - Experience that informs. Passion that performs.
MITT MONITOR:

Romney ducks issue of immigration

Mitt Romney says President Obama’s immigration order was politically motivated but does not say he would repeal it

Mitt Romney begins six-state bus tour in New Hampshire

SENATE RACE:

Sen. Brown opposes Obama plan to ease immigration

Warren sounds call to action

Cherokee, Warren showdown

Deal discourages TV attack ads in Mass. Senate bid

Brown tops Warren in Greater Lowell fundraising

BEST OF THE BLOGS:

Massachusetts House Roll Calls Week of June 11th

Boston Herald starting to lose patience with Scott Brown?

UVA President forced to resign over academic fraud allegedly committed with Elizabeth Warren?

Senator Cypher?

Speaking of speakers …

GoodDogBadRomney.com

STATE NEWS:

Riders say MBTA repairs overdue

Stan McGee resigns from state post

Legal Dispute Clouds Mass. Tribal Casino Future

Meetings on impact of casinos set to start

Massachusetts legislators eye possible compromises to kill ballot questions

Mass. attorney general to look at cursing fine

Insurers to stay with key benefits of US health law

LOCAL HEADLINES:

Three area companies receive state job training grants

Tierney, Tisei differ on medical device tax

John Tierney and Richard Tisei fail to reach anti-PAC ad deal in Massachusetts 6th Congressional District race

Immigration Change Brings Joy, Caution In Boston

City considers hike in retirees’ pensions

Entergy, union to resume negotiations

AROUND NEW ENGLAND:

ME – Mainers Could Decide The Balance Of Power In The Senate

ME – Dill to speak her mind in Maine U.S. Senate race

CT – With Storm-Benefit Dismissals Voided, Key Legislator Looks Toward Avoiding A Next Time

CT – Shays Takes Harder Tack In U.S. Senate Race

VT – Vermont flip-flopped on vacation accrual during leaves

NH – Dems look for gains as filing closes

RI – 38 Studios points finger at R.I.

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