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Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey

Maura Healey began serving as Massachusetts Attorney General in January 2015 and is leading the people’s law firm as the people’s lawyer, continuing a career spent fighting for justice and equal rights. 

Maura’s historic victory in her first-ever run for office was driven by a strong grassroots campaign where she bested well-financed, establishment candidates in both the Democratic primary and the general election in November 2014. Being sworn in at Boston’s historic Faneuil Hall, Maura vowed to lead an office guided by her core values and driven by the issues that matter to the people of the Commonwealth – from health care and energy costs to protecting consumers, ensuring equality for all and keeping our communities safer.

“As the people’s lawyer, the Attorney General is here to take on those tough challenges,” she said. “Fighting for opportunity across Massachusetts. Securing its promise for every resident. That is my commitment to you.”






In the News

John Rafferty and Josh Shapiro nominees for Pennsylvania Attorney General - 4/26/16

Josh Shapiro ran a campaign focused on issues like tackling the opioid crisis, protecting seniors from scammers and safeguarding Pennsylvania's environment. He's a person of integrity who has fought for reform at every level of government


Candidates for Pa. attorney general try to distinguish themselves - 4/14/16

All five candidates for state attorney general have faced off at a forum in Harrisburg.

Attorney general threatens to sue governor over college cuts

Bowling Green Daily News - 4/1/16

(AP) — Kentucky's Democratic attorney general threatened to sue the state's Republican governor on Friday to stop him from cutting college and university budgets by 4.5 percent without the approval of the state legislature. 

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