Attorney General Coakley spoke about financing and buying a car, and highlighted the difference between "want" and "need"
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley spoke to East Boston High School students as part of the M. Ellen Carpenter Financial Literacy Program, a joint program of the Boston Bar Association and the U.S. Bankruptcy Court.
East Boston's State Representative Anthony Petruccelli also dropped by to wish the students well
Attorney General Coakley sat in on the seminar and helped answer the students questions...while asking a few of her own.
Assistant AG’s Claire Masinton and Arwen Thoman were the taught the module, while AG Coakley looked on.