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Meet the man behind Question 1 » Boston Globe He left the University of California Berkeley to study meditation in Hawaii. He sold high-end properties on the Big Island until Thailand beckoned, then he moved there to develop luxury resorts. …

Endorsement: Yes on Question 3 » Boston Globe THE AVERAGE AMERICAN eats roughly 150 shell eggs a year, and a referendum on the Massachusetts ballot this November that would require better treatment for hens is expected to raise retail prices for …

Dismissed assault charge emerges in Worcester rep race » State House News Service Backed up by fellow Democrats and Attorney General Maura Healey, a Worcester candidate for state rep is defending himself against a domestic assault and battery charge, amplified by state Republican P…

Spending cuts loom as state eyes nearly $300M hole » Politico Wide-reaching spending cuts are looming as the state grapples with a projected $294 million difference between expected revenue and authorized expenditures, Administration and Finance Sec. Kristen Lep…

Labor bosses: Charlie Baker cuts 'beyond the bone' » Boston Herald Gov. Charlie Baker's plan to offer buyouts to tens of thousands of state employees — with the potential of layoffs to follow — is refueling his bitter standoff with labor bosses, who war…

Oil baron behind opposition to farm animal cage ban » Eagle Tribune BOSTON — Indiana oil tycoon Forrest Lucas has become a formidable opponent to animal rights groups, spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to defeat proposals aimed at banning puppy mills, r…

Dukakis: Race would be more competitive if Trump wasn't running » CNN Washington (CNN)Former Democratic presidential candidate Michael Dukakis said Hillary Clinton would be in a tighter race if she were running against a more mainstream Republican. …

Mass. High Court Urges Lawmakers To Revisit Mandatory Minimum Sentences Because Of Impact On Minorities » WBUR The state's highest court says lawmakers should reconsider mandatory minimum sentences when it comes to certain drug offenses. …

"It would be a contest and what it would be however is a contest in which issues and ideas and the country's future would be debated and discussed the way you want a campaign to discuss them,"

Michael Dukakis

Speaking about what the presidential race would be if a GOP candidate besides Donald Trump was running.

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Business

Upward mobility eludes many, especially in Boston » Boston Globe To reach the fabled land of opportunity, you may have to move.…

Imagine A World With Trump Boston » Banker & Tradesman Donald Trump has found a new target for his wrath, blasting Massachusetts casino regulators as “crooked bums” who are “hugely stupid” and “clearly unable to understand my…

Courting millennials: Boston aims to attract biz brains of future » Boston Herald The Forbes Under 30 Summit, launched yesterday on City Hall Plaza, aims to cast Boston as an alluring potential home base for thousands of millennial entrepreneurs looking to score with the next break…

As Forbes 'Under 30' Summit Kicks Off In Boston, City Hopes To Retain Innovators » WBUR If you happen to see New England Patriots new tight end Martellus Bennett, or sex talk guru Dr. Ruth Westheimer, walking around Boston, they're here for a reason. They — and many more eclectic…

Speakers highlight successes, challenges of women in the workplace » Eagle Tribune Morgan Goldstein knew she wanted to work in the sports industry since she was in high school, despite knowing she would be a minority in a male-dominated field. Now she's the marketing and new media …

Civil Rights

Pastor of Southbridge church says bathroom law threatens religious beliefs » Worcester Telegram The senior pastor of the House of Destiny Church on Mill Street, who is also chairman of the Town Council, found himself on the receiving end of suggestions he discriminates against transgender people…

Crimes

What we know (and what we don't) about beating allegations against 12 Springfield police officers » MassLive Hampden County District Attorney Anthony Gulluni's office has an open investigation into 12 officers for their roles in a fight in the early morning of April 8, 2015. The Springfield Police Departme…

Education

An issue of choice and funding: 14 of 18 legislators oppose Question 2 » Lowell Sun Fourteen of the 18 local legislators who responded to our poll say they will vote against ballot Question 2, which would authorize the creation or expansion of up to 12 charter schools every year in t…

With Old Buildings And Conflicting Needs, Boston Public Schools Face Hard Choices » WBUR In May, a month before graduation, parents and teachers at the McKinley South End Academy were surprised by a letter from Carleton Jones, executive director of capital and facilities management at Bos…

High school graduation rate hits record high of 83.2 percent » Lowell Sun The nation's high school graduation rate reached a record 83.2 percent, continuing a steady increase that shows improvement across all racial and ethnic groups, according to federal data released Mond…

Education officials say teacher reports are about 'continuous improvement' » Nashoba Publishing early reports from the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education that evaluate school administrator and teacher performance were created to assess educators' practices. Local administrat…

Environment

Charting the path to zero carbon emissions » Commonwealth Magazine CLIMATE POLICY is in a holding pattern. The D.C. Circuit court is deliberating on the future of EPA's “Clean Power Plan” regulation of carbon pollution from existing power plants. Stakehol…

Fishermen Test Weaker Ropes So Whales Can Break Through Them » WBUR Last year, 61 whales were tangled up in fishing gear off the West Coast of the United States, according to data from the NOAA's National Marine Fisheries Service. 2015 was the worst year since tracki…

Federal

Social Security recipients to get tiny increase in benefits » Lowell Sun Millions of Social Security recipients and federal retirees will get only tiny increases in benefits next year, the fifth year in a row that older Americans will have to settle for historically low ra…

Health Care

Rising health care costs focus of 2-day state hearing » The Associated Press (AP) State officials, insurers and hospital executives are among those set to testify at a hearing on rising health care costs in Massachusetts.…

Two-day hearing will address Massachusetts' high health care costs » MassLive Many of the most important people in Massachusetts' health care industry will convene for two days of hearings on Monday and Tuesday to discuss the state's high health care costs.…

State's new opioid prescription monitoring law takes effect » Boston Herald State health officials are reminding health care providers of a new law requiring they check the state's new online prescription monitoring program before prescribing opioids and other drugs that have…

Southcoast Health, Care New England end merger discussions » Boston Business Journal

Baker backs Children's expansion plan » Boston Globe

Baker hopes for faster work on generics, ACA talks » Sentinel & Enterprise

Rep wants human focus at health care cost hearings » State House News Service

Children's Hospital expansion opponents plan rally, urge council to delay vote » State House News Service

Health care panel considers non-medical programs » State House News Service

Timetable for Medicaid deal now end of 2016, talks could run past election » State House News Service

Judiciary

Do the right thing -- free Sal DiMasi » Lowell Sun If we can release a former Mafia boss from prison on humanitarian grounds, can't we at least do the same for a former speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives? That's the question before…

Insensitive comment cites in disposition with former judge » State House News Service

State officials hold criminal justice huddle » State House News Service

Baker, legislative leaders huddle on criminal justice reform » South Coast Today Leaders of all three branches of state government huddled for over two hours in Gov. Charlie Baker's office on Monday to review research being conducted by an outside non-profit into potential crimina…

Local legislators weigh in on early prison release sought for DiMasi on political corruption conviction » The Sun Chronicle The bid for early release of former Massachusetts House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi from federal prison was put on hold Monday after a federal judge overseeing the case requested more information from pr…

Labor

Super PAC with Fall River ties putting money behind lawmakers who advanced income surtax » State House News Service The coalition that successfully pushed for earned sick time for workers at the polls in 2014 is throwing its weight behind incumbents supportive of its latest agenda - paid family leave, a $15 minimum…

Legislative

Speaker pushing for review of Mass. ethics laws » The Associated Press (AP) House Speaker Robert DeLeo is pushing for a special panel to review ethical guidelines for public officials in Massachusetts.…

Local Government

Exhibit Transforms Boston's Long Wharf To Draw Attention To Refugee Crisis » WBUR "Go ahead and climb in the boat," guide Dr. Chloe Wurr tells a group of four visitors at a traveling exhibit about the worldwide refugee crisis. As they clamber into the rubber raft stationed in down…

Opinion

The truth about trade » Boston Globe THE DEBATE over global trade and investment has played a central role throughout the 2016 campaign, as it did in the 1992 election. …

Clinton should keep her focus on real concerns of voters » Boston Globe AS A staunch Hillary Clinton supporter, I was dismayed to see her recent sophomoric “Final meltdown” ad taunting Donald Trump.…

If congressional stalemate persists, it won't matter who occupies White House » Boston Globe WHILE MANY Americans prefer to embrace hatred of this year's presidential election, and hammer away at the spike creating the divide between Americans, others cling to hope. …

Bid to pay tribute to veterans shouldn't have had to be a fight » Boston Globe IF YOU ever wonder why our nation's citizens loathe Congress, read “A six-year fight for two minutes of silence.”…

Editorial: Goal shooting blanks » Boston Herald Sometimes the Gun Owners Action League in Massachusetts just can't get out of its own way.…

As You Were Saying... Small biz can't afford tax hike » Boston Herald Massachusetts is enjoying a historically low unemployment rate of 3.9 percent. …

Logan Airport is noisy? Good » Boston Globe HERE IN BOSTON, we punish success. Last week the Federal Aviation Administration said it would consider changes to flight paths at Logan Airport in response to noise complaints from a group of residen…

Carr: Hacks' 'revenue neutral' lie revealed » Boston Herald Today's hack lie is “revenue neutral,” as in, we're spending tens of millions of dollars to install this new automatic tolling on the Pike while tearing down the old toll booths. …

HAND: Warren making plenty of friends - and enemies » The Sun Chronicle U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren has endeared herself to progressives during the presidential race for her taunting putdowns of Republican candidate Donald Trump.…

Editorial: Hypocrites on parade » Boston Herald There is a distinct whiff of hypocrisy wafting down from Beacon Hill these days, even more so than usual.…

Clive McFarlane: Mass. Republicans reserve outrage for Dixon, not Trump » Worcester Telegram & Gazette Democrat Moses Dixon, in his November bid to unseat incumbent 17th Worcester District legislator Republican Kate Campanale, is the recipient of an October surprise that shouldn't have been a surprise.…

Other

What are the New Battleground States? » New York Times Can Hillary Clinton win the new battleground states Arizona and Georgia?…

Sheldon Adelson donating $1 million to Mass. anti-pot campaign » Boston Globe Las Vegas casino magnate Sheldon Adelson is joining the fight against a ballot question to legalize marijuana for recreational use in Massachusetts, donating $1 million to an opposition group, officia…

State Senate candidates differ on ballot questions, aging, guns » Berkshire Eagle When state Senate candidates met Thursday night in their first debate they differed on some key issues facing voters. …

Speaker DeLeo Helps Kick Off Local Democratic Campaign Pushes » iBerkshires Speaker of the House Robert DeLeo says if the state government is going to be effective, he needs Democrats elected from the federal level to the local level.…

Speaker pushing for review of state ethics laws » Boston Herald House Speaker Robert DeLeo is pushing for a special panel to review ethical guidelines for public officials in Massachusetts.…

Environmental League of Massachusetts Action Fund endorses Kara Nyman » Wicked Local Norwell The Environmental League of Massachusetts Action Fund recently endorsed Kara Nyman for state representative in the 5th Plymouth District. …

Obama, Holder to lead post-Trump redistricting campaign » Politico The former attorney general heads up a new Democratic effort to challenge the GOP's supremacy in state legislatures and the U.S. House. …

What would a Trump administration mean for Mass.? » Boston Globe Donald Trump's threat to imprison Hillary Clinton if he wins the presidency — “You'd be in jail” — may have stirred unease for the cast of Massachusetts politicians who have …

Opioid epidemic's newest killer is 10,000 times stronger than morphine » Boston Globe An extremely powerful drug used as an elephant tranquilizer has quickly become a new killer in the nation's opioid epidemic, and New England authorities and health workers are bracing for its arrival.…

White House rejects Warren call to remove leader of SEC » Boston Globe The Obama administration on Friday said it stands behind the chairwoman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, hours after Senator Elizabeth Warren in a searing letter asked the president to remov…

It will take more than Trump defeat to purge hatred from this election cycle » Boston Globe IT SURPRISES me that many Americans are only now being angered by remarks Donald Trump has made, as if something earth-shattering has been revealed.…

This is an awesome time to be a construction worker in Boston » Boston Globe Yesy Carbajal has been busy.…

How the religious right embraced Trump and lost its moral authority » Boston Globe IT WILL TAKE a long time to assess the full extent of the damage wrought by Donald Trump on the Republican Party and American conservatism. But this much is already clear: Buried under the post-electi…

Area lawmakers support early prison release for DiMasi » Gazette Net Two area legislators are supporting a request for the early release of former House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi from prison, citing a federal prosecutor's request that the disgraced politician should be …

Chicopee medical marijuana center owners finalizing property sale » The Republican Mass Alternative Care Inc. is finalizing an agreement to purchase a vacant manufacturing building in the last step to open a medical marijuana dispensary and cultivation center.…

At N.H. rally, Trump supporters don't want to miss the show » Boston Globe Brennan Solo just wanted to see the spectacle.…

Opinion Journal: Massachusetts Attorney General in Trouble? » The Wall Street Journal Business World Columnist Holman Jenkins Jr. on why Maura Healey may come to regret her climate-change crusade against Exxon.…

They paid for dreams, but did Quincy man sell them lies? » Boston Globe Scott Wolas showed up for years at a small storefront real estate office on Beale Street, just around the corner from the Wollaston Beauty Box and across from a liquor store.…

So far, Ayotte disavowing Trump hasn't hurt (or helped) » Boston Globe Drivers entering Keene, N.H., see two large wooden signs on a big lawn.…

An outpouring of support for refugees » Boston Globe On a Friday afternoon in August, Cheryl Hamilton hit “send” on a desperate plea for help.…

Enough is enough — scrap the third debate » Boston Globe This take is five days late, but after watching Hillary Clinton at the second presidential debate last Sunday — I am in awe of her.…

Feds, state attorney general's office to mop up fallout from videos showing Springfield police detective interrogating teens » The Republican SPRINGFIELD — City officials and the Hampden County district attorney's office have invited federal and state agencies into the fray in the ongoing scrutiny of a city narcotics detective suspen…

Trump son-in-law makes approach on post-election TV start-up » Financial Times Jared Kushner has contacted Aryeh Bourkoff, head of boutique firm known for media deals …

AG Maura Healey: We will defend transgender law in court » The Republican Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey said Friday that she is still reviewing a lawsuit filed by four Massachusetts churches earlier this week asking for an exemption from the state's transgende…

A toxic election is damaging the seed corn of democracy — young voters » Boston Globe The slur left Juan Guadarrama feeling sickened and dispirited, not just about the loutish teenagers in their car, but about the American presidential election.…

Warnings of conspiracy stoke anger among Trump faithful » Boston Globe In an arena normally reserved for ice hockey, the Donald Trump crowd was on edge.…

Donald Trump slumps as Hillary Clinton's lead up to 5 » Boston Herald Donald Trump's debate performance and the release of a sexually charged video have turned off his most loyal supporters — men and independents — and handed Hillary Clinton her first real…

Holyoke Board of Health OKs needle-exchange program » Gazette Net The Holyoke Board of Health has approved the continued operation of a needle-exchange program in that city — which officials have said is a crucial tool in attacking the city's opioid abuse epi…

Foreign policy context of Clinton-Trump race » Commonwealth Magazine THE TWO MEN WHO SOUGHT the presidency in 1960 shared one important distinction: they were, respectively, the first nominees of each major political party born in the 20th Century. Both Richard Nixon …

There's Really No Comparison Between The Trump And Clinton Foundations » WBUR The Clinton Foundation and the Trump Foundation have similar-sounding names. And they've both become political targets in this election cycle. Beyond that, charities experts say, they have remarkably …

A Conversation With Independent Presidential Candidate Evan McMullin » WBUR Conservatives are taking a second look at Evan McMullin, the former CIA operative and independent presidential candidate. We sit down with him.…

Clinton campaign considered Elizabeth Warren, Deval Patrick as possible VP picks » MassLive

The Gateses, Tim Cook on list for Clinton's veep » Boston Herald

Politics

Leading Dems stand by state rep candidate Moses Dixon; GOP rival wants court record released » Worcester Telegram Democratic officials closed ranks Sunday behind Moses Dixon, the party's candidate for state representative in the 17th Worcester District, who has been under fire since his involvement in a 2012 dome…

Democrats — the party of the professional class? » Boston Globe DRY FORK, W. Va. THIS ROCK-HARD, remote mountain redoubt, where generations of the brawny and the brave stripped the forests for timber and traveled deep into mines for coal, used to constitute an imp…

Analysis: Harrington Hopes Seemingly Rest on Battle of Biographies » Western Mass Politics and Insight The event was a fundraiser and thus its purpose was principally to raise funds for the candidate. …

Sapochetti: Bay State base for Donald Trump has Italian accent » Boston Herald Dominating key demographics has always been essential to winning a presidential election.…

Pols & Politics: Bay State Democrats piling up campaign cash » Boston Herald The bastion of blue that is Massachusetts politics may best be illustrated by its congressional delegation, where a Republican hasn't represented a House district in just under two decades.…

Several key Democrats vow support to state representative candidate Moses Dixon after 'unfounded' domestic violence allegations » MassLive State Attorney General Maura Healey along with Congressman James P. McGovern, Worcester Mayor Joseph Petty, State Rep. Mary Keefe and Worcester City Councilor Sarai Rivera vowed their support for Mose…

X-Rated Headlines Aside, Anti-Trump Baker Still Won't Vote For Hillary Clinton » WGBH Gov. Charlie Baker turned his back a long time ago on Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, but even amid the latest scandal over Trump's comments about women the governor would not take sides…

Gov. Baker's break from Trump has proven increasingly savvy » The Associated Press (AP) In March, Gov. Charlie Baker became the first Republican governor to publicly break from Donald Trump, saying he could never vote for the New York businessman, who had yet to wrap up the GOP nominatio…

POLITICS: Arute seeks collaboration among agencies » Wicked Local Hingham Coastal flooding is a very real issue that affects our community. …

Trump and his surrogates are openly predicting the election will be 'rigged' » The Barnstable Patriot Donald Trump alleged in recent days that the election is being "rigged" against him as part of a coordinated effort among national media outlets, the political establishment, and Democratic nominee Hi…

Dixon, Democratic allies hit back against Republican outrage » Worcester Mag

Massachusetts State Senate Candidates Trade Jabs Over Donald Trump And Larger Ambitions » New England Public Radio

Want to cast your ballot before Nov. 8? Here's how to do it ... » Berkshire Eagle Berkshire voters anxious to pick a new president, new state senator and decide four statewide ballot questions can cast their ballots starting next week. The first-ever early voting process in Massac…

Local voters not very happy with 2016 presidential candidates » Nashoba Publishing Every four years, a new batch of young adults votes for president for the first time. This year, though, there's notably less excitement in filling out that first ballot. Jonathan Vann, an 18-year-ol…

AG Healey endorses Sullivan for state representative seat » Newburyport News Democratic state representative candidate Brianna Sullivan yesterday picked up her first statewide endorsement from Attorney General Maura Healey, a fellow Democrat. “It is a validating experie…

Former Mass. Governor Michael Dukakis On Campaign Fundraising, Reaching Voters » Forbes

Curt Schilling planning Senate run against Elizabeth Warren » Politico

POLITICS: Curt Schilling says senate run depends on Shonda » Wicked Local Cohasset

Attorney General Maura Healey refers to former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling as Donald 'TrumpLite' » MassLive

Public Health

Foundation marks 30 years of building awareness of OCD » Metro When Ethan Smith was 14 years old, he constantly worried about getting sick and knew only way to cope with that anxiety: He took his temperature 70 times a day.…

What will change if marijuana is legalized in Massachusetts? Possibly nothing » Taunton Gazette We are either facing the end of the world or utopia, depending on whom you ask.…

Lower the drinking age to 19? Ballot question deals with issue » WWLP 22

Public Safety

Advocates fume over failure to pass hands-free cell phone law » Salem News For nearly a decade, Jerry Cibley has traveled to Beacon Hill to tell state lawmakers the story of how his son died.…

Guns, gangs, and toddlers » Commonwealth Magazine There is often very little daylight between victims and victimizers in the mayhem caused by gang-fueled gun violence. Sometimes that is the case figuratively, with today's target of a gang shooting be…

Policing Leader From Wellesley Apologizes For 'Historical Mistreatment' Of Minorities » WBUR Wellesley's police chief is apologizing for the role law enforcement has played "in society's historical mistreatment of communities of color." Chief Terrence Cunningham is the president of the Inter…

Mass. sex offenders kept in custody after ordered freed, suit alleges » Berkshire Eagle A group of sex offenders are suing the Massachusetts Department of Correction, alleging prison officials unlawfully detained them after they were ordered to be released from custody. The Boston Globe…

State Finance

Lynch to Goldberg: Divest from Wells Fargo » State House News Service

State Auditor: Regional schools reaching crisis point » Nashoba Publishing An elected state official tasked with keeping tabs on finances and with the effectiveness of programs found a receptive audience at a local regional school district. After she saw the state auditor's…

Wells Fargo removed as Mass. treasury underwriter » State House News Service

State Government

Auditor Suzanne Bump grieves privately, intends to stay course politically » Boston Globe As State Auditor Suzanne Bump mourns the excruciating loss of her husband, she says that the worst moments don't necessarily occur when people assume.…

Charlie Baker returns to find political minefield » Boston Herald Forgive Charlie Baker if he's got the post-vacation blues this week.…

State Rep. Lombardo looks out for Billerica » Lowell Sun I am writing to support our state representative, Marc Lombardo, for re-election. I am neither a Democrat nor a Republican but try to vote for the candidate on his/her record. I am in favor of a bala…

Attorney General Maura Healey blasts gun owners group opposing her crackdown on 'copycat' weapons » MassLive

Taxation

Mass. retailers: Lack of sales tax holiday hurt stores in August » Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Transportation

T reversed half of fines against Keolis for winter turmoil » Boston Globe During the record-breaking winter of 2015, when thousands of commuters were left stranded by late and canceled trains, the company that runs the commuter rail tried to avoid paying hundreds of thousan…

Absenteeism, dropped trips still plague T » Boston Herald Sick days and dropped bus and train routes are still plaguing the MBTA, according to new agency data that shows operators are calling out at a rate of two days for every 20 they're supposed to be at w…

Baker calls T forgiving Keolis fines 'the right decision' » Boston Globe

MBTA in pursuit of cashless system » State House News Service

Union claims MBTA overestimating savings from cash handling privatization » State House News Service

T board green-lights fare collection bid process » Commonwealth Magazine THE MBTA'S OVERSIGHT BOARD on Monday gave the transit agency's staff a green light to put out a request for proposals for companies to design, build, finance, operate, maintain, and manage a new autom…

Union: T overstates privatization savings » Commonwealth Magazine THE UNION REPRESENTING EMPLOYEES in the MBTA's cash collection and counting operation said on Monday that privatization of the work will yield savings of $330,000 in the first year, not the $5.4 milli…

T officials target Green Line derailments » Commonwealth Magazine MBTA OFFICIALS ON MONDAY said they are taking a number of steps to reduce Green Line derailments, of which there have been 10 since the beginning of 2015. Jeff Gonneville, the chief operating office o…

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Friday's Late-Breaking News

Hong Kong Day celebrated at Massachusetts Statehouse » Sampan

VIDEO: New MassBay Campus To Be Built on Framingham State Property » Framingham Source

Senate candidates tangle in Middlesex-Worcester seat debate » The Metro West Daily News

Rivera clashes with council over city attorney » Eagle Tribune

Retired State Police lieutenant arraigned in overtime scam » Boston Globe

Court eyes challenge to dismissing murder verdicts » Boston Herald

Peter Lucas: Lelling does his job so Healey doesn't have to do her job » Lowell Sun

Political Notes: Conservative group urges no vote for Baker » Cape Cod Times

EDITORIAL: To regret, or not to regret » Newburyport News

Baker, Gonzalez detail positions in Gatehouse editorial meetings » telegram.com

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The Week Ahead

Monday - 10/17

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

4:30pm Countdown to Victory Reception for State Sen. Candidate James Ehrhard

5:30pm Reception with Gov. Maggie Hassan

5:30pm Fundraiser for State Rep. Candidate Jen Migliore

6:00pm Fundraiser for State Rep. Candidate Brianna Sullivan

Tuesday - 10/18

Birthdays: Rep. William Galvin

12:00pm Joint Committee on State Administration & Regulatory Oversight, Public Hearing

5:00pm An Evening in Support of State Rep. Candidate Kara Nyman

5:00pm Reception for Rep. Matt Muratore

5:00pm Open House to Support State Rep. Candidate Brian Murray

5:30pm Fundraiser for State Rep. Jay Barrows

6:00pm Reception for Sen. Patrick O'Connor with Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito

6:00pm Sen. Karen Spilka's Countdown to Election Day Fundraiser

6:00pm Meet and Greet with State Sen. Candidate Kris Aleksov

Wednesday - 10/19

Birthdays: Rep. Alan Silvia

6:00pm NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts Annual Champions for Choice

6:30pm Fundraiser for State Sen. Candidate Julian Cyr with Attorney General Maura Healey

7:30pm Brockton Debate Watch Party with Rep. Michelle DuBois

8:00pm Debate Watch Party with Congressman Seth Moulton

9:00pm Debate Watch Party with Rep. Paul Heroux

Thursday - 10/20

8:00am Fundraiser for State Sen. Candidate Julian Cyr with Congressman Joe Kennedy

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

6:00pm Revere Fundraiser for Sen. Joe Boncore with Mayor Brian Arrigo

6:00pm Fundraiser for Sen. Barbara L'Italien

6:00pm Congressman Seth Moulton's Surprise Birthday Bash

6:00pm Framingham Fundraiser for State Rep. Candidate Jack Patrick Lewis

6:00pm Boston City Councilor Michael Flaherty's Annual Fall Reception

6:00pm Fall Fundraiser for State Rep. Adrian Madaro with Speaker DeLeo

6:30pm Reception for Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter with Special Guest Congressman John Lewis

6:30pm Fundraiser for Rep. Sheila Harrington

Friday - 10/21

5:00pm Cocktails with Rep. Shawn Dooley and Gov. Charlie Baker

Press Releases

Partners HealthCare Launches New Center of Excellence » Partners Healthcare

How Can a 'Biological Opinion' Help North Atlantic Right Whales? » Conservation Law Foundation

Cleantech Open Northeast Accelerator Program Awards 2018’s Top Cleantech and Energy Startups » Northeast Clean Energy Council

U.S. SETS NEW RECORD FOR OIL PRODUCTION IN SEPTEMBER MEETING VIRTUALLY ALL GLOBAL DEMAND GROWTH » Mass. Petroleum Council

MassDOT Commits Funds to Help Amtrak Improve Longmeadow Railroad Crossing » MassDOT

How Small Businesses Can Sell Products on Amazon » National Federation of Independent Business

More than Two Dozen NFIB Members Are Running for Office Across the Country » National Federation of Independent Business

Lt. Governor Polito Hosts Roundtable on Dangerousness » Office of Governor Charlie Baker

Baker-Polito Administration Further Expands Access to Opioid Reversal Medication » Office of Governor Charlie Baker

Warren, Markey Query Columbia Gas On Uninhabitable Homes Following Merrimack Valley Disaster » Office of Senator Ed Markey

Senator Markey Commends MassDOT Commitment to Help Amtrak Improve Longmeadow Railroad Crossing » Office of Senator Ed Markey

Senator Markey Urges FDA to Deny Approval of Powerful Opioid Dsuvia, Cites Warning of Committee Chair » Office of Senator Ed Markey

Senators Press for Full Disclosure of Trump Family Business Ties to Saudi Arabia » Office of Senator Ed Markey

Bipartisan Legislation Introduced Suspending Military Aid & Sales to Saudi Government following Khashoggi Disappearance » Congressman Jim McGovern

McGovern Statement on Apparent Murder of Jamal Khashoggi » Congressman Jim McGovern

Educators' Voices Are Influential on Ballot Questions » Massachusetts Teachers Association

CLIMATE CHANGE WILL COST LOCAL BREWERIES, WINERIES » Climate Action Business Association


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