Bruce Mohl

Editor, CommonWealth

About Bruce Mohl

Bruce Mohl is the editor of CommonWealth magazine. Bruce came to CommonWealth from the Boston Globe, where he spent nearly 30 years in a wide variety of positions covering business and politics. He covered the Massachusetts State House and served as the Globe’s State House bureau chief in the late 1980s. He also reported for the Globe’s Spotlight Team, winning a Loeb award in 1992 for coverage of conflicts of interest in the state’s pension system. He served as the Globe’s political editor in 1994 and went on to cover consumer issues for the newspaper. At CommonWealth, Bruce helped launch the magazine’s website and has written about a wide range of issues with a special focus on politics, tax policy, energy, and gambling. Bruce is a graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University and the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. He lives in Dorchester.

About Bruce Mohl

Bruce Mohl is the editor of CommonWealth magazine. Bruce came to CommonWealth from the Boston Globe, where he spent nearly 30 years in a wide variety of positions covering business and politics. He covered the Massachusetts State House and served as the Globe’s State House bureau chief in the late 1980s. He also reported for the Globe’s Spotlight Team, winning a Loeb award in 1992 for coverage of conflicts of interest in the state’s pension system. He served as the Globe’s political editor in 1994 and went on to cover consumer issues for the newspaper. At CommonWealth, Bruce helped launch the magazine’s website and has written about a wide range of issues with a special focus on politics, tax policy, energy, and gambling. Bruce is a graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University and the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. He lives in Dorchester.

Stories by Bruce Mohl

Think tank sees peril in Boston luxury towers

Backs new taxes on units, fuller disclosure of owners

Lang accuses T of ignoring Chelsea concerns

Control board member says 111 bus delays need fixing

It’s Woo everything in Worcester

Lucchino may not be convinced, but now there’s Woo Ha Ha!

MBTA extends $10 weekend fare

Nearly 82,000 tickets were sold over 13 weekends

Speeches highlight big differences between Baker, Gonzalez

Very different visions on taxes, health care, the MBTA

Five keys to the primary election

Several themes could play major roles in some of the races

Lobbyists shower DeLeo, Sanchez with donations

25% of Sanchez’s campaign funds came from lobbyists

T pares back Alewife rate hike by $1

With construction, weekday rates will now rise from $7 to $9

Sanchez pulling out all the stops

Powerful lawmaker spending heavily in race against Elugardo

Beacon Hill incumbents flex financial muscle

Rep. Sanchez spends nearly $200,000 fending off challenger; Sen. Lewis's tab is $119,000

Mass. makes unsteady progress on emissions

Goal is 25% below 1990 emission levels by 2020

Will MA hydro contract increase, or decrease, emissions?

Hydro-Quebec dismisses claims by enviros, power generators

MGM, preparing to open, has feisty words for CT rivals

Baker hails new casino as ‘incredibly Springfield-centric’

Accounting maneuvers, one-time gains helped balance T budget

T denies using gimmicks, but one advocate says numbers don’t pencil out

Keolis hit with $8.2m in fines in FY18

Close to 1 of every 10 train runs incurred some penalty

Pizzuti Henry takes charge at the Globe

Names Leung interim editorial page editor

Club to pay $36m toward $86m stadium

Most of money is in lease payments of $1m/year for 30 years

Worcester lands the PawSox

City to build publicly-owned Polar Park as part of $340m development

Get ready to cheer for the Woosox

Up-and-coming Gateway City hopes to land Red Sox affiliate

NE Power Pool seeks to ban press

Says coverage would hinder debate on electricity policies

Who will replace Glynn at Massport?

Initial speculation focuses on Baker cabinet secretaries

Baker makes case for long-term investments in T

Says agency is finally spending money allocated for repairs

Berkshire County power politics

Rep. tried to winnow field in DA’s race

MBTA balances costs, revenues for first time in a decade

Wages, benefits drop by $10m; Keolis hit with $10m in penalties

T ridership keeps falling but at slower rate

One bright spot: Commuter rail fare revenue up $7.5m in FY18

T kept public, oversight board in dark about Alewife problems

Lawmakers slam transit agency for poor job of communication

Two candidates bucking the incumbents-rule rule

Political competition is a rare phenomenon in Mass.