Majority of House Lawmakers Support Opaqueness of Legislature Over ReformRead more
The Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance made the following statement following Speaker Ron Mariano’s announcement of his intention to delay the important House rules debate until July and his proposal to restrict how lawmakers communicate with their constituents and outside organizations.Read more
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Secretary Galvin Should Be Transparent in Response to the PublicRead more
By Mary Markos BOSTON HERALD | May 29, 2019
A proposal to give the auditor access to state-issued credit card records and keep employees accountable was shot down in the Senate budget debate process last week at the hand of the Ways and Means chairman, who said the measure was “duplicative.”Read more
More than three weeks late, leadership demands a vote before Mass. lawmakers can read it.Read more
In accordance with Massachusetts Non-Profit Organizations, under the laws of the commonwealth, all non-profit organizations must file an annual report with the Corporations Division on or before November 1st of each year. M.G.L.A. c180 § 26A; 950 CMR § 106.13. Below are all of the Annual reports filed for the Massachusetts Fiscal Organization with the Secretary of State's office.
Form 990 filed with the Internal Revenue Service.