Fiscal Alliance Foundation Submits Comments to Attorney General Opposing Government Imposed Rent Control Ballot Question

BOSTON – On August 2, state Representative Mike Connolly, a socialist from Cambridge, filed paperwork with the Attorney General’s Office (AGO) for a ballot question that would, among other things, enact government-imposed rent control. Rep. Connolly’s ballot question also included other policies, such as allowing cities and towns to pass new rules regulating evictions. The ballot question seeks to overturn the will of the voters, who in 1994 voted to outlaw government-imposed rent control. Rep. Connolly was one of 15 individuals who signed the rent control ballot question proposal, which may be found by clicking here.

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New Statewide Poll on Issues Ahead of Ballot Question Deadline

Voter Opinions Mixed on Rent Control, Minimum Wage, and Other Issues

Elizabeth Warren Edges Out Karyn Polito While Continuing to Struggle

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Energy Demand Decreasing as Costs Continue to Rise

New Study: Annual Cost of MA Renewable Energy Policies has Quadrupled in 10 Years

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