Editor Sam Bonacci email@example.com
9:07 am on Tuesday, March 19, 2013
It is pretty outrageous that the grounds are locked off from the people. ANYONE should be able to walk on the walkways on the grounds without having to ask. It's public property. The front steps and front doors of the State House should be opened as well. Did the terrorists win in Massachusetts?
12:39 pm on Saturday, February 9, 2013
The fee and jail time do sound like a bit much, but think about it...it will keep cars off the street. Without the ban, people would be getting their cars stuck everywhere in need of emergency help to bail them out. All this costs the state lots of money. Where you around in the '78 blizzard? There were tons of cars stuck on highways (abandoned) for weeks.
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