Had she been approached by the Massachusetts Democratic machine as Brown suggested?
Such is the nature of justice in the U.S. District of Massachusetts.
Instead, the senator from Massachusetts wants students to be able to refinance federal student loans.
We can also look at Massachusetts, where Romneycare gives us a preview of Obamacare.
Paul will try to take advantage of what Alcivar describes as “independent libertarian streak” with Massachusetts voters.
Nearly half of the inhabitants were in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
There was no money in it—nothing but a little Massachusetts glory.
He wants this little hobby to ride through Massachusetts on, and to feed a fanatical flame there.
I was "raised" in the State of Massachusetts, and reside there still.
He is of Massachusetts, and too near the north star to be reached by the honorable gentleman's telescope.
plural, originally (1614) a name for the Algonquian native people who lived around the bay, from Algonquian Massachusett "at the large hill," in reference to Great Blue Hill, southwest of Boston.
State in the northeastern United States; one of the New England states. Bordered by Vermont and New Hampshire to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the east, Rhode Island and Connecticut to the south, and New York to the west. Its capital and largest city is Boston.
Note: One of the thirteen colonies, playing a key role in resisting the British before and during the Revolutionary War.
Note: The settlement of Massachusetts began in 1620, when the first Pilgrims arrived from England in the Mayflower near Plymouth Rock.