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9:00am ESC of New England Annual Celebration of Service, Great Hall

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

12:00pm An Announcement Relative to the MassWorks Program in Rural Communties, Grand Staircase

Birthdays: Rep. Edward Coppinger, Rep. Ronald Mariano

Must-Reads

Final Days: Trump's advisers are working hard to plan their own futures while riding out the roller-coaster end of the campaign. » New York Magazine “I'm on the battlefield right now, which is amazing,” Donald Trump said as he surveyed the Gettysburg National Military Park. “When you talk about historic, this is the whole ballgam…

Police chiefs urge a 'no' on Question 4 » Boston Globe THE UNFORTUNATE position taken by the Boston Globe editorial board in support of Question 4 underscores the very problem that plagues the issue of legalizing recreational marijuana — the questi…

No easy fixes for MassHealth insurers » Boston Globe Can private insurers cover Medicaid patients without going broke? …

Excitement high as Atkins faces challenge from Brady » Lowell Sun As the Nov. 8 election draws near, the 14th Middlesex state representative race is heating up. …

Law firm 'bonuses' tied to political donations » Boston Globe Jon Tester didn't come all the way from Montana for the scrambled eggs and bacon. The US senator, virtually unknown in Boston, was in a conference room at the Thornton Law Firm that June morning to ca…

Harry Reid says Comey 'may have broken the law' by disclosing new Clinton-related emails » The Washington Post Senate Minority Leader Harry M. Reid on Sunday accused FBI Director James B. Comey of breaking federal law in disclosing possible new evidence in the Hillary Clinton email investigation. …

The New York Post cover on Clinton email bombshell is out — and it does not disappoint » Business Insider The New York Post, the right-leaning New York City tabloid newspaper, published a provocative Saturday cover following bombshell revelations related to Hillary Clinton's private email server. …

Report: Strong Mass. economic growth faces headwinds ahead » State House News Service With Beacon Hill leaders puzzled by tax collection trends, a new report reflecting continued economic growth in Massachusetts takes a stab at explaining the causes of recently slumping sales tax recei…

Battenfeld: Money to gov's no-to-pot group came just ahead of casino vote » Boston Herald Casino mogul Steve Wynn handed out $100,000 to Gov. Charlie Baker's anti-pot legalization campaign one day before the state Gaming Commission gave the green light to Wynn's planned Everett casino deve…

FBI Review of Clinton Emails Has Little Effect So Far » Morning Consult

"I’m not convinced yet that the rate that’s in the proposed law is sufficient to cover all those expenses, but assuming we reach the point that the voters pass it and we now know that we will have a rate that will cover all that, I’m open to going beyond that,"

Senate President Stan Rosenberg

Speaking about the proposed 3.75% tax on marijuana sales if question #4 passes

News By Category
Business

GE creating new $32B company with Baker Hughes » Boston Business Journal General Electric and Houston oil field giant Baker Hughes plan to create a new, publicly traded oil and gas company with assets from both firms.…

Will DraftKings and FanDuel finally merge? » Boston Business Journal Speculation that two of the leading fantasy sports websites could soon merge reached its peak on Friday, when a report emerged from ESPN saying that Boston-based DraftKings and New York's FanDuel coul…

When there's no credit history, some lenders use Boston firm's character tests » Boston Globe Businesses use personality tests to screen workers, and dating apps use them to match partners. But can they help banks find worthy borrowers who lack a traditional credit history?…

The 'gig economy' is a lot more than Uber, but can it last as is? » Boston Globe Uber drivers and part-time hoteliers are barely a ripple in the sea change that is transforming the way Americans work in the age of the “gig economy.”…

DraftKings, FanDuel merger could be 'imminent' » Boston Globe A long-rumored merger between the country's top fantasy sports startups could be getting closer to reality, with ESPN reporting Friday that a deal between DraftKings Inc. and FanDuel Inc. was imminent…

Co-Working: Work Spaces Beyond Starbucks And The Home Office Expand In Boston » WBUR Nuclear chemist Mike Hanson endured grueling conditions at the federal research facility where he worked in upstate New York for over two decades.…

Pot-legalization advocates hopeful for first foothold in Northeast » South Coast Today Having proven they can win in the West, advocates for recreational marijuana hope the Nov. 8 election brings their first significant electoral victories in the densely populated Northeast, where voter…

Study: Port of New Bedford has $9.8 billion value » South Coast Today The Port of New Bedford had a $9.8 billion economic value in 2015 and generates more than 36,000 jobs in the region, according to a new state-funded study that city and waterfront leaders hope will sp…

Devens land rezoning could create pharmaceutical space » Wicked Local Harvard

Civil Rights

Federal court ruling may affect church lawsuits from Southbridge, Fitchburg » Worcester Telegram The national organization that filed a federal lawsuit in Massachusetts on behalf of churches in Southbridge and Fitchburg, challenging whether houses of worship should be considered public accommodat…

Education

Many charter schools lag in enrolling students lacking English fluency » Boston Globe Massachusetts charter schools bill themselves in television ads as golden opportunities for disadvantaged students trapped in failing district schools, but charters often leave behind one of the most …

A vote for students » Commonwealth Magazine AT THE OUTSET, I make two admissions: I am not a fan of making public policy via ballot initiative and my children currently are enrolled in private, independent schools. I suppose I should make a thi…

'Tremendous impact:' UMass Dartmouth nationally recognized for civic engagement » South Coast Today UMass Dartmouth recently earned — for the fourth consecutive year — a top 20 national ranking for civic engagement. The school was one of four higher education institutions in…

Mitchell D. Chester vaguely supporting charters » Boston Herald The state commissioner charged with approving charter schools is offering veiled support for allowing for more of them, saying the state should “expand what's working” just days before vot…

Boston charter schools to launch common application » Boston Globe Boston charter schools — taking a page from the college admissions world — plan to launch an online common application Tuesday to make it easier for families to apply.…

Incomplete or inaccurate state data muddies charter school debate » The Republican Incomplete or inaccurate data maintained by the state — this time involving the number of special education teachers employed by charter schools — is again muddying the debate over chart…

Teachers' unions want charter school ad starring Baker removed » Boston Globe

Environment

State sets possible date to reopen harbor for shellfishing » Cape Cod Times State marine fisheries officials announced late Friday that Wellfleet Harbor could reopen for shellfish harvesting as early as Nov. 17.…

Health Care

Physician payments for corporate board seats are uncommonly lucrative » Boston Business Journal

Legislative

Area legislators overwhelmingly oppose marijuana question » Lowell Sun The vast majority of legislators in the Greater Lowell and Fitchburg areas oppose Question 4, the statewide ballot issue that would legalize the recreational use of marijuana for those ages 21 and old…

Local senators (mostly) follow the leader » Sentinel & Enterprise This week, Beacon Hill Roll Call reports on how often local senators voted with their party leadership.…

Local Government

Resident wants ordinance to limit truck traffic » The Recorder Bernardston resident Frank Ribeiro proposed enacting an ordinance to limit truck traffic on town roads during a Board of Selectmen meeting Wednesday.…

Salem councilors cancel Black Friday » The Salem News By shooting down one store, the City Council has made a promise to them all: There will be no early birds on Black Friday this year.…

Voters in Amherst will be quizzed about lowering the drinking age » State House News Service

Opinion

Editorial: Balancing the Senate » Boston Herald The Massachusetts Senate has been a bastion of liberalism — as eager to raise taxes as to thwart school choice. Its tiny band of Republicans has been no match for the overwhelming number of Dem…

Should the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station be closed now? » Boston Globe Pilgrim is ranked among the least-safe nuclear reactors in the country. It should close now, not after three more years of risky operation.…

Boston noise study underscores health concerns we've known for decades » Boston Globe RE “IN the ear of the beholder” (Ideas, Oct. 23), about Erica Walker's study of noise in Boston neighborhoods: It has been known for at least 50 years that noise is a public health hazard,…

The fatal expense of American imperialism » Boston Globe THE SINGLE MOST important issue in allocating national resources is war versus peace, or as macroeconomists put it, “guns versus butter.”…

Legalization, education would help keep marijuana away from kids » Boston Globe I HAVE two teenage daughters. Marijuana is easily available to them, and I don't like it.…

Question 3 will benefit people as well as animals » Sentinel & Enterprise In response to the Sentinel & Enterprise's editorial on Question 3, the ballot measure would simply set a commonsense standard for animal welfare by allowing farm animals enough room to extend their l…

The Republican endorses Hillary Clinton in presidential contest (Editorial) » The Republican Is Clintonism pragmatism? Back in 1992, when a then-young Bill Clinton burst onto the national scene, he did so as a new kind of Democrat…

The Conservative Intellectual Crisis » The New York Times I feel very lucky to have enterested the conservative movement when I did, back in the 1980s and 1990s.…

The Republican endorses Eric Lesser for new term in state Senate (Editorial) » The Republican The Republican endorses Eric Lesser for a new term as Massachusetts state senator for the First Hampden and Hampshire District.`…

Eldridge for senator » Lowell Sun The state's GOP establishment has been criticized for its inability to field candidates in many legislative races, so for that, we're glad to see four-time incumbent Jamie Eldridge at least faces an o…

Other

Monfredo: Vote No on Questions 2 & 4 » Go Local Worcester The voters of Massachusetts will be voting on several ballot questions… on two of those questions I'd like to urge our voters to VOTE NO!…

Did James Comey give Donald Trump a last-minute lifeline? » Boston Globe If the FBI's decision to review how Hillary Clinton handled classified information derails her march to the White House, Clinton has no one to blame but herself.…

Hospital chooses bricks and mortar over a sacred space » Boston Globe BOSTON CHILDREN'S Hospital reminds me of the old Longfellow poem about the little girl — “When she was good/She was very, very good,/And when she was bad she was horrid.”…

Keating, Alliegro to face off in 9th Congressional District » South Coast Today As Massachusetts voters debate charter school caps and marijuana legalization, amid the national turmoil of a presidential race that's beyond description, a pivotal issue that's received comparatively…

Luxury housing tower for Copley Place scrapped » Boston Globe After nearly a decade of trying to build a skyscraper atop Copley Place, Simon Properties is giving up.…

Archdiocese gives $850,000 to fight marijuana bid » Boston Globe The Boston Archdiocese is pouring $850,000 into a last-minute effort to defeat a state ballot measure to legalize marijuana, calling increased drug use a threat to the Catholic Church's health and soc…

Experts joining state lawmakers to study online gaming » South Coast Today Legal and gaming experts are set to join a group of lawmakers for the first time Monday to begin a study of online gaming and fantasy sports gaming, a process that could lead to legislation next sessi…

New law aims to boost jobs for disabled individuals » Berkshire Eagle Lawmakers and disability advocates on Thursday touted a provision of a new economic development law that they said will make more employment opportunities available to people with disabilities.…

Poll shows voters remain deadlocked on charter school question » New Boston Post Poll results released Friday show that the ballot question asking voters whether or not the state should lift the cap on the number of charter schools allowed to open annually remains a toss-up, while…

Additional Discussion Held On Medical Marijuana Facility » Cape News Falmouth Board of Selectmen on Monday, October 24, continued discussion on whether to issue letter of support for Seven Point, which is planning to open a medical marijuana dispensary in Teaticket.…

Pacheco, Wright to face off in 1st Plymouth Bristol Senate district » South Coast Today Sen. Marc Pacheco, D-Taunton, with 24 years under his belt in the 1st Plymouth Bristol Senate district, faces off with a relatively little-known Republican Plymouth County Commissioner Sandra Wright.…

LETTER: In support of Matt Muratore for state representative » Wicked Local Plymouth We were honored to serve with Matt Muratore on the Plymouth Board of Selectmen. …

Massachusetts towns and cities slow to regionalize 911 centers » Wicked Local Wellesley While the state has encouraged cities and towns to regionalize their 911 call centers to boost public safety and save money, relatively few communities are following suit.…

Collectors pay a fond farewell to Mass. Pike tollbooths » Boston Globe Michael Catalano awoke at 4 a.m. Friday for his final shift as a Massachusetts Turnpike toll collector, putting on four layers to face a raw, rainy day.…

Finding a school that gave her son room to run » Boston Globe Seven-year-old Kiernan Ceide zips through the park, zig-zagging on his scooter before jumping in a toy car that eventually runs out of gas — or that's how the imaginative second-grader describe…

Donald Trump's fiscal fantasy » Boston Globe DONALD TRUMP TRIED to jump-start his presidential campaign recently by taking a dog-eared page from Newt Gingrich's 1994 congressional playbook. …

GE's here, but the helipad remains a bit of a mystery » Boston Globe General Electric Co. has settled into its temporary Fort Point offices. Executives are making the rounds at business meetings. …

Heritage Foundation: Criminalizing climate change dissent? A new abuse of power » Eagle Tribune What issues matter the most to you this election?…

New questions about company involved in fatal trench collapse » Boston Globe Even before a South End water line break drowned two workers in a flooded trench, the troubled company the men worked for had been told it would not receive permits for new work in Boston until it got…

FBI review dominating run-up to Election Day » Boston Globe Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump spun dueling narratives Sunday about the FBI's late-October e-mail thunderbolt, beginning their final nine-day sprint amid deep uncertainty about what messages the FBI…

Are voting rights being cut down? » Boston Globe In the first week of early voting in North Carolina this month, the number of people who showed up to cast in-person ballots in Guilford County fell off a cliff.…

For low-skilled workers, life is hard. Minimum-wage hikes make it harder » Boston Globe ON CARPE DIEM, his lively economics blog, University of Michigan professor Mark J. Perry likes to use Venn diagrams to needle those who “do not have a strong need for intellectual consistency.â…

Designers bring private-sector ideas to public policy » Boston Globe Alison Kotin was out of her element. And that was exactly the point.…

Making the case to re-elect Anne Gobi for State Senate (Letters) » The Republican State Sen. Anne Gobi, Democrat, is running for re-election. …

The tragedy that Boston forgot » Boston Globe The faint glow of dusk had given way to the deep black of night by the time the streetcar clattered up Summer Street at 5:25, its sole headlight and the scattered street lamps waging a losing battle a…

Election Roundtable: Polls Tighten In Presidential Race » WBUR This week Hillary Clinton saw her average polling lead over Donald Trump dip slightly since mid-October. Trump criticized Clinton for supporting the Affordable Care Act, after federal health official…

Once refugees, now neighbors: Berkshire County residents reflect on coming to this area to make a new home » Berkshire Eagle Yelena Levina left Russia after her brother was jailed for privately showing the movie "Amadeus."…

500,000 Likely To Cast Ballots In Early Voting, Mass. Secretary Of State Says » CBS Boston The response to early voting in Massachusetts has been “great,” according to the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and he hopes 500,000 people will have cast their ballots before Election Day…

In Boston, Jill Stein urges voters not to 'throw away' votes » Boston Globe Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein returned to her home state of Massachusetts Sunday, telling nearly 200 people that she hopes the electorate will support her message of “social transf…

Mass. pols say marijuana taxation still needs to be hashed out » Boston Business Journal State Senate President Stanley Rosenberg may support marijuana legalization, but he doesn't support the proposed tax.…

Medford police union president apologizes for Hillary Clinton 'arrest' photo » Boston Globe The president of a Medford police union said he used “poor judgment” when he posed for a photograph with a person dressed in a Hillary Clinton orange prison-inspired costume that went vira…

Auditor Found Evidence Of Pest And Human Waste At Chelsea Soldiers' Home » WGBH Investigators found "evidence of rodent and insect activity in the rooms of the veterans and in food preparation areas" at a state-run veteran's home in Chelsea, according to State Auditor Suzanne Bum…

Horses on the horizon for WPD as city manager suggests mounted unit » Worcester Mag The city manager is recommending the institution of a mounted unit for the Worcester Police Department, citing the benefits of horse-riding police officers in other communities while suggesting privat…

Politics

Outside money flows for Mass. ballot items » Boston Globe High stakes battles to legalize marijuana and expand charter schools have sparked a tsunami of spending on Massachusetts ballot-question campaigns, much of it from out of state, already eclipsing the …

Saugus State Rep forum Thursday » Lynn Daily News Item The Daily Item will sponsor a candidates forum Thursday at 7 p.m. in Town Hall auditorium with the two state representative candidates whose names will appear on the Nov. 8 ballot.…

Millions in political donations fueled by matching bonuses at Boston law firm » OpenSecrets.org Jon Tester didn't come all the way from Montana for the scrambled eggs and bacon.…

Gov. Charlie Baker campaigns for James 'Chip' Harrington, fields questions on charter schools and high speed rail » The Republican Gov. Charlie Baker hit the campaign trail for Republican State Senate candidate James "Chip" Harrington on Sunday, stopping at Nathan Bill's Bar and Restaurant in Springfield to greet supporters and w…

POLITICS: Joan Meschino lists key endorsements » Wicked Local Scituate Joan Meschino earned the endorsements of Congressman Stephen Lynch and former State Rep. Garrett Bradley in her bid to become the next state representative for Hingham, Hull, Cohasset and North Scitua…

Rearranging the electoral map » Commonwealth Magazine MAPS ARE ONE OF THE OLDEST WAYS known to humankind to illustrate a location or make a point. Like the great Medieval stained glass windows depicting scenes from the scriptures, maps can be a powerful…

Manning-Martin touts corrections » Lynn Daily News Item Anne Manning-Martin is touting her experience in the world of corrections and as an elected city official in her campaign as the Republican nominee for Essex County Sheriff.…

Stretch run for Higgins, Ardinger in Leominster rep race » Sentinel & Enterprise In the weeks since the September primary, clear differences have emerged between the two candidates looking to represent the 4th Worcester District.…

Gifford, Hewins compete for 2nd Plymouth District seat » South Coast Today The race for the 2nd Plymouth District seat pits two women against each other: Wareham seven-term Republican incumbent Susan Williams Gifford and seven-year Carver selectmen member and 15-year conserv…

Governor Baker campaigns for Republican candidates across the Commonwealth » WWLP 22 Governor Charlie Baker came to Springfield Sunday to campaign for Republican state senate candidate James “Chip” Harrington.…

Obama endorses Lesser in race against Baker-backed Senate candidate » State House News Service

Eric Lesser, James 'Chip' Harrington hit air waves in State Senate race » The Republican

Question 2 gets nod from prominent pro-charter Dem » State House News Service

Cape GOP Holds Pre-Election Rally » Cape Cod Today

Gov. Baker Endorses Donald Wong » Wicked Local Saugus

State Sen. Eric Lesser, Rep. Jose Tosado endorse Springfield's Community Preservation Act ballot question » The Republican

Millennials share their concerns with lawmakers » The Recorder

Here's who's funding the campaigns for and against legal marijuana in Mass. » Boston Business Journal

Public Safety

Family disputes police account in killing of South End man » Boston Globe Hope Coleman called for an ambulance early Sunday morning to come to her South End apartment and take her mentally ill adult son to a hospital.…

Unusual policy allows Massachusetts Environmental Police to interrupt shifts to work private details » Lowell Sun For a decade, the Massachusetts Environmental Police have operated under an unusual paid-detail policy that national law-enforcement experts warn could jeopardize officers' commitment to public safety…

State Government

3 western Mass. communities receive 2016 MassWorks Grants » WWLP 22

Gov. Charlie Baker guest at Rotary Club event » Wicked Local Bedford

Middlesex County fuels 4.4 percent increase in voter enrollment » Lowell Sun

Gov. Charlie Baker calls for investigation of Boston law firm's reimbursement of political donations » The Republican

Taxation

What You See On The Marijuana Ballot Question May Not Be What You Get » WGBH If voters approve the legalization of recreational marijuana at the polls this year, what appears on the ballot may not be what the state actually ends up with. …

Transportation

Bridj offers MBTA late-night service » Commonwealth Magazine A private transit company that already shuttles people around greater Boston during the daytime has proposed to do th…

T officials: No new revenue needed now » Commonwealth Magazine MBTA OFFICIALS GATHERED in public on Friday to brainstorm a strategic plan for the future, and they quickly concluded that new revenue to fund capital improvem…

Ameridial pitching MBTA on outsourcing call center operations » State House News Service The MBTA last month adopted a process to consider unsolicited proposals from businesses and organizations, with a top T official declaring the transit agency "open for business."…

MBTA in late-night service talks with private vendor » State House News Service A private transit company that already shuttles people around greater Boston during the daytime has proposed to do the same at night, in a partnership with the MBTA to provide a late-night transportat…

No E-ZPass? You'll Get A 6-Month 'Grace Period' As Mass. Shifts To All-Electronic Tolling » WBUR With the state's switch to all-electronic tolling, drivers without an E-ZPass transponder will get charged more. For Massachusetts drivers with an E-ZPass, rates will stay the same or go down. (You c…

From grease to specialized license plate covers, drivers try to beat all-electronic tolling license plate capture technology » The Republican Across the country people have tried all sorts of ways to trick all-electronic tolling technology from capturing their license plates in order to avoid paying a toll, but officials in Massachusetts sa…

Highway officials warn Monday's Mass. Pike commute could be backed up due to toll plaza demolition » The Republican Drivers using the Massachusetts Turnpike to get to work this week might simply want to find another way to get there, highway officials said Sunday as they discussed the progress of all-electronic tol…

Mass Pike drivers: Expect delays as toll booth demo continues » WCVB State officials are warning drivers who use the Massachusetts Turnpike to brace for significant delays Monday.…

MBTA in talks with Boston startup about late-night service » Boston Business Journal A private transit company that already shuttles people around greater Boston during the daytime has proposed to do the same at night, in a partnership with the MBTA to provide a late-night transportat…

Baker administration awards $8.8 million for rural road and bridge projects in Massachusetts » The Republican

Utilities

Hancock Shaker Village getting greener: Community Solar project underway » Berkshire Eagle Construction of a community solar project is well underway to benefit Eversource customers throughout Western Massachusetts. The three separate solar arrays being installed on the grounds of Hancock …

Tidal turbine tests edge closer to reality » Cape Cod Times A test site for tidal turbines is one step closer to coming to the Cape Cod Canal after the Marine Renewable Energy Collaborative was approved for a preliminary permit by the Federal Energy Regulatory…

Six renewable projects advance in New England Clean Power procurement process » The Republican

Tariff system in works as tensions build again over solar subsidies » State House News Service

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 - 10/31

Birthdays: Rep. Edward Coppinger, Rep. Ronald Mariano

9:00am ESC of New England Annual Celebration of Service, Great Hall

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

12:00pm An Announcement Relative to the MassWorks Program in Rural Communties, Grand Staircase

Tuesday - 11/1

6:00pm State Rep. Candidate Bill Driscoll's Countdown to Election Day Fundraiser

Wednesday - 11/2

Birthdays: Rep. Adrian Madaro

Agency filings due for consideration in 2017-2018 legislative cycle

5:00pm Rally for Rep. Dan Cahill

5:00pm Reception for State Sen. Candidate Julian Cyr with Senator Ed Markey

5:30pm Women for State Rep. Candidate Moses Dixon Fundraiser

6:30pm Autumn Fundraising Reception for Norfolk County Register of Probate Patrick McDermott

7:00pm Countdown to Election Day Fundraiser for Rep. Ed Coppinger

Thursday - 11/3

Birthdays: Rep. Susan Gifford

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

5:00pm Harvest Pizza Party & Fundraiser for Rep. Michelle DuBois

8:00pm Democratic Election Night Party with Congressman Jim McGovern, Sen. Mike Moore and Rep. Dan Donahue

Friday - 11/4

Birthdays: Rep. Kenneth Gordon

8:00am Breakfast for State Rep. Candidate Kara Nyman with Mayor Marty Walsh

8:30am Fundraiser for State Rep. Candidate Jen Migliore with Congressman Seth Moulton and Speaker Bob DeLeo

10:00am Women Veteran Appreciation Day, Memorial Hall & Nurses Hall

12:00pm Luncheon for State Sen. Candidate Julian Cyr with Mayor Marty Walsh

4:15pm Meet and Greet for State Rep. Candidate Jen Migliore with Congressman Joe Kennedy III

6:00pm Fundraiser for Sen. Jason Lewis with Congressman Seth Moulton

6:30pm Hillary Clinton Celebration with Cher


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