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Must-Reads

Democratic candidates demand Kavanaugh impeachment after new allegation in Times piece » Boston Globe Democrats called Sunday for a new investigation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh in response to a New York Times piece that said Kavanaugh was seen sexually harassing a female student while at…

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez endorses Markey for reelection » Boston Globe The endorsement from Ocasio-Cortez may serve to undercut one of the biggest premises of a Kennedy challenge to Markey: the call for a generational change from Markey, 73, to Kennedy, 38. At 29, Ocasio…

Chamber CEO looks to revive effort to strengthen school-business ties in Boston » Boston Globe The start of the school year offers students another shot at a clean slate, a do-over of sorts. the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce’s chief executive, Jim Rooney, hopes the same can be said for t…

UNIONS PRESS TO EXTEND WAGE LAW TO OFF-SITE WORK » State House News Service The state's prevailing wage law sets minimum rates for workers on public construction projects, for both union and non-union workers. When materials are pre-fabricated in a shop and not built on the c…

Massachusetts House rejects rules meant to boost transparency » The Republican A group of progressive state representatives, including several first-year lawmakers, on Wednesday united behind a proposal sponsored by Rep. Jonathan Hecht, D-Watertown, to make it easier for rank-an…

Dems sweat fallout from Massachusetts Senate clash » Politico The party is holding its collective breath, awaiting a primary that stands to divide the state’s political class and reverberate up and down the ballot next year. …

After Senate run, Warren challenger Geoff Diehl returns to private sector » Boston Business Journal Diehl started this summer as business development representative at Holbrook-based Draper Elevator Interiors. The company is a sub-vendor for elevator companies like Otis, Kone, ThyssenKrupp, Schindle…

Robert Reich Calls Donald Trump ‘Dangerously Unstable’ And ‘Getting Worse’ » HUFFPOST “The president of the United States is seriously, frighteningly, dangerously unstable. And he’s getting worse by the day,” Reich wrote. “Such a person in the Oval Office can do serious damage.…

Hillary Clinton’s Zombie Impeachment Memo That Could Help Fell Trump » Politico A congressional report Clinton helped pen during Watergate was later used to justify impeaching her husband. Now it's guiding Democrats angling to oust Trump. …

Elizabeth Warren’s first priority as president: ending government corruption » Vox Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) just previewed the first major piece of legislation she’d try to pass through Congress if elected president: a vast anti-corruption package to crack down on the entrench…

"Out of business is exactly where Purdue Pharma belongs. But if they think they can use bankruptcy to escape accountability, after creating the worst public health crisis of our time, they are mistaken."

Attorney General Maura Healey

Speaking about OxyContin manufacturer Purdue Pharma filing for bankruptcy.

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Beltway Politics

Looking back: Moulton proud of the race he ran » The Salem News Now that he is out of the race, Congressman Seth Moulton, D-Salem, said it's important understand why he took a shot at being president in the first place - to beat President Donald Trump.…

Democrats’ top 2020 issue: Dump Trump » Boston Globe Democrats may not yet agree on which presidential candidate to support or where they stand on Medicare for All, but a majority have reached a consensus on what they now see as the most important issue…

Elizabeth Warren welcomed by Massachusetts Democrats; some question her electability » Boston Herald Massachusetts Democrats showered home-state presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren with affection during her state convention appearance Saturday — but some delegates expressed concerns about her o…

Push to impeach Kavanaugh could backfire on Democrats, observers say » Boston Herald Democratic candidates pushing for the impeachment of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh could create a major distraction from issues more important to voters and at the same time activate President…

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Just Endorsed Ed Markey » Boston Magazine The firebrand freshman and Green New Deal co-author is throwing her weight behind the senator. …

Business

Package stores dig in for ballot question fight » Newburyport News Package stores are gearing up for what could be a costly ballot battle with a multinational convenience store chain that wants to lift the state’s decades-old restrictions on alcohol licenses.…

Dykema bill aims to open path for adoption of research animals » Milford Daily News The bills would not change how labs can use animals for research, but would require partnerships to be in place to help secure comfortable futures for cats and dogs who are no longer needed and do not…

Chamber CEO looks to revive effort to strengthen school-business ties in Boston » Boston Globe The start of the school year offers students another shot at a clean slate, a do-over of sorts. the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce’s chief executive, Jim Rooney, hopes the same can be said for t…

Bright Horizons moving HQ, consolidating offices » Boston Business Journal Bright Horizons Family Solutions Inc. is moving its headquarters from Watertown to Newton, a shift that will allow the child-care and early-education provider to consolidate five corporate offices acr…

State Street lays off 250 IT workers in latest job cuts » Boston Business Journal State Street Corp. laid off approximately 250 information technology employees on Friday, part of the company’s drive this year to cut 2,300 jobs in higher-cost locations in the U.S. and elsewhere.…

How The Trade War Crushed A Growing Chinese Market For U.S. Cranberries » WBUR Cranberry producers in Massachusetts, and around the country, are slowly drowning in surplus fruit.…

#ShopWoo during construction » Worcester Business Journal General mayhem. That’s how many local residents are perceiving certain Worcester neighborhoods undergoing or slated to begin major construction projects. …

A San Antonio craft beer pioneer is joining one of the largest breweries in Mass. » Boston Business Journal Scott Metzger, who founded San Antonio-based Freetail Brewing Co. and led its expansion, is leaving for an opportunity 2,000 miles away.…

Chase gaining on rivals in downtown Boston » Boston Business Journal JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s Downtown Crossing branch, one of the megabank’s first retail offices in Greater Boston, is closing in fast on some of its rivals’ branches in the neighborhood when it come…

Cannabis

McGovern: Congress set to act on marijuana banking bill » Boston Herald A bipartisan bill protecting banks who serve marijuana business could pass in the House this month as key members of Democratic leadership vowed to make the bill a priority despite pressure to act on …

Some believe Massachusetts marijuana agreements are ‘universal failures’ » The Metro West Daily News The news of the Fall River mayor’s arrest this month on federal charges of soliciting bribes from marijuana vendors might sound like fodder for late-night comics, but it’s no joke for the would-be…

Civil Rights

The ‘conscience of Boston’ » Commonwealth Magazine Rev. Michael Haynes, Roxbury icon, MLK colleague and contemporary, dies at 92 …

Education

A sordid relationship with Jeffrey Epstein threatens MIT Media Lab’s future » Boston Globe The MIT Media Lab is all over the news for all the wrong reasons.…

A minefield at universities: Whose money to take? » Boston Globe He was a potential big-money donor, a Forbes-listed billionaire, and officials at the MIT Media Lab were intrigued. What came next was illuminating.…

Can the MIT Media Lab save itself? » Boston Globe I don’t want to see the MIT Media Lab crumble because of Jeffrey Epstein’s dirty money, or the bad judgment former director Joi Ito exhibited in taking it.…

Harvard student’s suicide prompts concern about mental health care on college campuses » Boston Globe Luke Tang was heading into the spring of freshman year at Harvard College in 2015 when he attempted to take his own life.…

Neighboring schools, worlds apart » Boston Globe Jada Pierre is tiny, her ambition drawn taut as a bowstring. The 16-year-old daughter of Haitian immigrants wears her hair in a small bun atop her head, her emerging political consciousness finding it…

Brown’s commitment to Providence schools is strong » Boston Globe Brown University’s commitment to the Providence Public Schools cannot be measured by a fund-raising goal established more than a decade ago (“Brown vowed to raise $10m for Providence schools. It d…

Former CVS head gives University of Rhode Island its largest gift ever » Boston Globe Former CVS chief executive Thomas M. Ryan and his wife are giving $35 million to the University of Rhode Island to bolster a neuroscience institute, scholarships, and URI basketball — the largest pr…

It’s time to invest in student success » Commonwealth Magazine (or, $1,561 for the future of the Commonwealth) …

After book purchase blunder, Providence, state officials raise questions » Boston Globe From Education Commissioner Angélica Infante-Green to members of the Providence City Council, officials are questioning who gave the city’s school department the authority to spend $187,000 on insp…

Environment

Oh rats! A Lynn woman’s good deed leads to infestation » Lynn Daily News Item No good deed goes unpunished. That was what one Waitt Road resident found out when her efforts to feed the area’s wildlife led to a rat infestation in the neighborhood. …

Gaming

Gaming facilities paid $24.3 mil in August taxes » State House News Service The state's coffers are expected to grow by about $24.3 million after the three expanded gambling facilities in the state pulled in about $86 million in revenue during the month of August, the Gaming …

Health Care

Facing Chronic Nursing Home Problems, Mass. Task Force Gets To Work » New England Public Radio A task force this week is taking on the job of examining problems in the nursing home industry. This comes the week after a state audit found public health investigations into elder abuse at nursing h…

Housing

Affordable senior housing project breaks ground in Brookline » Wicked Local Brookline Brookline’s affordable housing stock will soon add an additional 62 units for older adults, located in the heart of Coolidge Corner and with a special connection to the synagogue next door. While co…

Human Services

Audit identifies barriers to WIC benefits » Gazette Net Michael Cook, a single father of one son, saw firsthand the struggles people go through to access benefits from the state's Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants & Children (WIC).…

Manager Of Charlestown Homeless Nonprofit Accused Of Embezzling » Brookline Patch A woman who was a former employee of a Charlestown nonprofit whose aim is to support families experiencing homelessness was indicted in connection with a scheme to steal funds from it, Attorney Genera…

Insurance

Rise in health uninsured may be linked to immigrants’ fears » Boston Globe When the Census Bureau reported an increase in the number of people without health insurance in America, it sent political partisans reaching for talking points on the Obama-era health law and its tra…

Judiciary

Ruth I. Abrams, the first woman on the state’s highest court, dies at 88 » Boston Globe Ruth I. Abrams, who was appointed by Governor Michael Dukakis as the first woman on the state’s highest court in 1977 and remained the only female jurist there for more than two decades, died Thursd…

Promising program helps rehabilitate inmates » Commonwealth Magazine Three Mass. facilities piloting Repairing Harm …

Local Government

Former City Manager Cox draws unlikely foe » Lowell Sun THERE WERE times when the verbal fisticuffs between former City Manager John Cox and the late City Councilor Richard Howe were so intense, so personal, so vicious, that it wouldn’t have been surpris…

Chelmsford Board of Selectmen walks back commitment to LGBTQ+ inclusion » Lowell Sun In May, Maura Snow and allies of the LGBTQ+ community cheered, jumped to their feet and waved Pride flags when the Board of Selectmen proclaimed June as “Pride Month” and approved the flying of Pr…

'This Is Not Who I Am': Walsh Defends Culture At City Hall After Two Corruption Scandals » WGBH Mayor Marty Walsh attempted to distance himself from John Lynch, a former official at the Boston Development and Planning Agency who plead guilty Thursday to accepting a $50,000 bribe. …

Correia's alleged co-conspirators in extortion scheme due in court this week » The Herald News All four of Mayor Jasiel Correia II’s alleged co-conspirators in a political corruption and extortion scheme are due back in federal court this week.…

Newton grapples with an identity crisis — and the most hotly contested local elections in a generation » Boston Globe Pamela Wright knows her city desperately needs more affordable housing — after all, the median house price in Newton is now nearly $1 million, making it increasingly unaffordable for many residents,…

Walsh: Communities shouldn’t worry about resignations from ZBA » Boston Herald Mayor Martin Walsh said Sunday the three resignations from the Zoning Board of Appeals in the last week, two on Friday and another at the beginning of the week, should not be a cause of concern for th…

Charlton legal expenses go up 300% in fight against proposed pot farm, LNG plant » Worcester Telegram The legal wrangling over a proposed marijuana farm and LNG plant has caused the town to burn through its $100,000 legal budget for the year in just two months.…

New Bedford City Council to look into ransomware attack » South Coast Today The City Council is looking into the ransomware attack on the city, specifically what, if any, personal information was compromised.…

Mayor Facing Corruption Charges Among Candidates In Fall River Election » WBUR The embattled Fall River mayor facing multiple federal corruption charges is among the candidates in an upcoming city election.…

Investigation concludes into misappropriated Littleton funds » Lowell Sun A former town employee allegedly traveled to Jamaica, the Bahamas and Las Vegas and bought video games, makeup and athletic wear on the town’s dime, according to a recently concluded investigation b…

Politics

Mass. GOP stepping up its outreach » Commonwealth Magazine WITH A TAX DEBATE LOOMING on Beacon Hill, the Massachusetts Republican Party appears to be stepping up its outreach to Bay State voters with a message that GOP candidates and President Trump have an o…

Potential Joe Kennedy vs. Ed Markey face-off at center of Democratic convention » Boston Globe Senator Elizabeth Warren on Saturday said she sees nothing to criticize in Representative Joseph P. Kennedy III launching a primary challenge to the candidate she has endorsed, Senator Edward J. Marke…

Marty Walsh has problems » Boston Globe Mayor Marty Walsh has problems right now — the kind that could deny him a third term, if he seeks one.…

Moulton gives away cash from donor linked to Epstein » Boston Globe Representative Seth Moulton has donated to charity $5,000 his political action committee received from a billionaire hedge fund manager, Glenn Dubin, after accusations emerged from one of Jeffrey Epst…

He Became Mayor At Just 22. Now He’s Running To Take Down A 70-Year-Old House Democrat. » BuzzFeedNews Democrat Alex Morse — an openly gay mayor who has backed legal weed and decriminalizing sex work — is challenging longtime Rep. Richard Neal in Massachusetts.…

OTR: Jasiel Correia 'done' as Mayor of Fall River » WCVB The roundtable also discusses a potential third-term run for Charlie Baker and a possible showdown between Joe Kennedy and Ed Markey.…

After Senate run, Warren challenger Geoff Diehl returns to private sector » Boston Business Journal Politics is full of ups and downs. You could say the same about the return to the private sector for Geoff Diehl, the former state lawmaker who challenged U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren in 2018.…

Dems Gather In Springfield For Presidential Candidate Hoopla, And Primary Posturing » New England Public Radio Massachusetts lawmakers end their summer recess and head back to Beacon Hill this week. But on Saturday, about 4,000 Democrats were in Springfield for the state party's political convention. …

Public Health

Lawmakers want tighter rules for vaccines » Gloucester Times Democrats on Beacon Hill are pushing for tighter immunization rules that would require state health officials to sign off on all exemptions for schoolchildren.…

Forum explores medication-assisted opioid treatment for inmates » Gazette Net Adam “didn't grow up wanting to be a heroin addict,” he told a room full of community leaders Friday morning. …

State adjusting to a more widespread threat of EEE » Newburyport News The prevalence of Eastern equine encephalitis in Massachusetts this year has prompted Gov. Charlie Baker to float the idea of broader prevention efforts next year and two members of Congress to ask th…

'Unprecedented' year for EEE is not over yet in Brockton region » The Enterprise As summer winds down, state and local officials are looking to control the remainder of the mosquito population and make plans for how to handle virus when it emerges next summer.…

Schools’ contaminated water signals an unfolding health crisis » Boston Globe It’s frightening to imagine water fountains at schools in Massachusetts wrapped in plastic to prevent children from drinking toxic water (“ ‘Forever chemicals’ stir water worries,” Page A1, …

State Senate reignites fire retardant bill » Gloucester Times A public safety bill that died on Gov. Charlie Baker's desk in January is set to return to the Senate floor on Thursday, when lawmakers will take another shot at banning certain flame retardants from …

AG Healey outlines opposition to $10B Purdue settlement » Boston Business Journal Attorney General Maura Healey's office plans to formally oppose the bankruptcy petition of Oxycontin manufacturer Purdue Pharma and will seek to keep its own lawsuit against Purdue and its controlling…

Public Safety

Top Democrats urge Trump to back gun background checks » Boston Globe House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Charles Schumer on Sunday urged President Trump to endorse House-passed gun measures and pledged to join him for a ‘‘historic signing ceremony…

The inmate population in Mass. keeps falling, but the number of people put in solitary stays high » Boston Globe About one in five inmates was placed in solitary confinement during 2018, alarming prisoner rights advocates and legislators who have criticized the practice as Draconian and called on corrections off…

EDITORIAL: Being prepared during hurricane season » Wicked Local Mansfield Watching the recent swath of destruction in the Bahamas and Carolinas from Hurricane Dorian should remind residents to be prepared in case such a storm hits this area.…

State Government

Howie Carr: Worcester hacks are the worst » Boston Herald The hack du jour is Governor’s Councilor Jennie Caissie, who is about to get a small increase in her state pay — from $36,025 to $155,084.…

State investigation of Hinton drug lab didn’t include work of chemist later convicted of stealing evidence at another lab » Boston Globe In a revelation raising new questions about the scope and thoroughness of the state’s response to the Hinton drug lab scandal, the inspector general’s office has acknowledged it never investigated…

Curiouser and curiouser: two odd Baker picks » Boston Globe Thanks to Governor Charlie Baker, a police lieutenant with no law degree — but who once coached Lt. Governor Karyn Polito’s son in football — will take over as clerk magistrate of Westboro Distr…

Tech commission campaign challenging AG Healey's ruling » Taunton Gazette One initiative petition initially rejected by Attorney General Maura Healey is headed to court in a case closely watched by Secretary of State Bill Galvin, who is weighing next steps on a major electo…

Transportation

RMV employee warned of computer problems a year before NH crash » Boston Herald About a year before the tragic crash in New Hampshire killed seven motorcyclists and revealed stunning deficiencies within the Registry of Motor Vehicles, an RMV hearings officer sounded the alarm on …

Beacon Hill Roll Call: How local pols voted on handheld cell phone ban » Taunton Gazette Beacon Hill Roll Call reports on the delay in approving the measure that prohibits drivers from using a hand-held cellphone or other electronic device to make a call or access social media. Current st…

Racial data fight putting Massachusetts hands-free driving bill on hold » Boston Herald Beacon Hill’s failure to pass a hands-free driving law is “absurd” and could be putting more innocent people at risk as reckless distracted drivers continue to wreak havoc on the roads, loved on…

It’s time for a plan B at South Station » Boston Globe “PACT TO ALLOW South Station rail expansion” read the headline in the Globe, heralding an imminent move of the United States Postal Service from its Fort Point Channel property and clearing the wa…

Editorial: Shameful it took a tragedy for the RMV to do its job » Gazette Net Rather like The Phone Company in the satirical film classic “The President's Analyst,” the Registry of Motor Vehicles is something everyone in Massachusetts, no matter their social, political or p…

You think *you* hate the T? These people live to bad-mouth it. » Boston Globe “Mother, It has gone from bad to worse. I believe this is the last time I will write to you,” the Aug. 23 tweet from Civil_War_MBTA began. “The track fires on the #orangeline has left all of us …

Rep faults T for holding info session far from transit » Commonwealth Magazine THE MBTA IS holding a series of public meetings about major changes underway on the Green Line. There’s one hitch: The upcoming meeting for the D branch is more than a mile away from the closest Gre…

Immigrants to Mass. lawmakers: ‘Have some kind of heart’ on driver’s license bill » Boston Globe Demonstrators at the State House Saturday demanded that lawmakers finally back legislation that would allow undocumented immigrants to get Massachusetts driver’s licenses — a proposal that has lan…

Fearing ‘Spy Trains,’ Congress May Ban a Chinese Maker of Subway Cars » New York Times America’s next fight with China is unfolding at a glistening new factory in Chicago, which stands empty except for the shells of two subway cars and space for future business that is unlikely to com…

Universal congestion pricing is the way to go » Commonwealth Magazine MASSACHUSETTS LIVES and breathes as the Commonwealth of firsts. From the Mayflower to the continent’s first subway system, this state knows what groundbreaking transportation looks like.…

Sen. Eric Lesser Calls for East-West Rail at Western Mass. Transportation Forum » Business West State Sen. Eric Lesser said the biggest step toward unlocking the vast economic potential of Western Mass. is solving the region’s transportation crisis. In a keynote address Friday at the Food Bank…

Broken axle caused Red Line train derailment » State House News Service A 27-year-old axle on a Red Line car fractured and caused a June 11 derailment, MBTA officials announced Monday, offering a clearer picture of the problem that has led to months of delays and headache…

Hodgson Talks Testimony Against Mass. Licenses for Illegal Aliens » WBSM Bristol County Sheriff Tom Hodgson is continuing to voice his opposition to a proposed bill on Beacon Hill that would allow those living illegally in Massachusetts to obtain a driver’s license from …

Scandal-related license suspensions now surpass 5,000 » State House News Service The number of drivers who saw licenses suspended in the wake of a Registry of Motor Vehicles scandal has doubled over the past month to more than 5,000 in a combination of old and new cases, officials…

Firm gets extension to complete RMV investigation » State House News Service With lawmakers eyeing a second oversight hearing this fall, the auditing firm hired by the Baker administration to review lapses in oversight of out-of-state driving violations at the Registry of Moto…

Utilities

The case against fracking is based on ideology, not science » Boston Globe THE ENVIRONMENTAL CASE against fracking crumbled years ago. The economic case for it is unassailable. So why are leading Democratic presidential candidates intent on shutting down one of the most bene…

Our View: Bills calling for gas pressure monitors left to languish » The Eagle Tribune Effects of the Merrimack Valley’s gas disaster linger, large and small. Some people are still putting their lives back together. For others, the residuals are emotional and psychological.…

In High-Stakes Race for Offshore Wind Farms, Three New Bids » Vineyard Gazette Three offshore wind developers, including Vineyard Wind, have submitted bids to build the state’s second offshore wind farm — even as the first one remains mired in permitting issues.…

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The Week Ahead

Monday - 9/16

10:00am Offsite Fabrication Lobby Day, Nurses Hall, State House, Boston

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

6:30pm Crumbling Concrete Commission, Monson Town Offices Building, 110 Main Street, Monson, MA 01057

Tuesday - 9/17

9:00am Massachusetts Book Awards, Great Hall, State House, Boston

10:00am Department of Public Health Hearing, DPH Western Regional Office, 23 Service Center Road, Northampton

10:00am Joint Committee on Economic Development & Emerging Technologies, Public Hearing

11:00am Joint Committee on Transportation, Public Hearing

12:00pm Boston City Councilor Andrea Campbell on 89.7 FM Boston Public Radio, WGBH Studios, 1 Guest Street, Brighton

1:00pm Joint Committee on Export Development, Public Hearing

1:00pm Joint Committee on Judiciary, Public Hearing

1:00pm Joint Committee on Elder Affairs, Public Hearing

6:00pm Ricardo Arroyo for Boston City Council GOTV Fundraiser

Wednesday - 9/18

10:00am National Obesity Care Week Forum, Nurses Hall, State House, Boston

11:00am Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Day, Great Hall, State House, Boston

11:00am House Session, Full Formal Session

Thursday - 9/19

10:00am Department of Public Health Hearing, Public Health Council Room, DPH, 250 Washington Street, Boston

10:00am Board of Fire Prevention Regulations Public Hearing, Department of Fire Services, State Road, Stow

10:00am Joint Committee on Mental Health, Substance Use and Recovery, Public Hearing

11:00am "Ask the AG" with Attorney General Maura Healey on 89.7 FM Boston Public Radio, WGBH Studios, 1 Guest Street, Brighton

1:00pm Board of Boiler Rules Public Hearing, Department of Fire Services, State Road, Stow

1:00pm Senate Session, Full Formal Session

5:30pm Boston Fundraiser for Attorney General Maura Healey

6:00pm 'Fall into Fun' Fundraiser for Rep. Peter Capano

Friday - 9/20

6:00pm Campaign Kickoff for Medford School Committee Candidate Kathy Kreatz

6:00pm Birthday Celebration Fundraiser for Rep. Kathy LaNatra


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