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Today on Beacon Hill

10:00am JVS Bridges to College Graduation, Great Hall

11:00am Criminal Justice Reform Conversations, Nurses Hall

11:00am House Committee on Technology & Intergovernmental Affairs, Public Hearing

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

12:00pm Joint Committee on Marijuana Policy, Public Hearing

1:00pm Joint Committee on Judiciary, Public Hearing

1:00pm Joint Committee on Mental Health, Substance Use, & Recovery, Public Hearing

3:30pm Green Communities Grant Award Announcement, Grand Staircase

5:30pm Re-Election Campaign Kickoff for Worcester Mayor Joe Petty

6:00pm Jay Gonzalez for Governor House Party

6:00pm 2017 Better Government Competition Awards Gala, Boston Harbor Hotel, 70 Rowes Wharf, Boston

6:00pm Senate Committee on Global Warming and Climate Change, Mass. Clean Energy Future Tour

7:30pm Meet and Greet with State Senate Candidate Cindy Friedman

Must-Reads

How Did Health Care Get to Be Such a Mess? » New York Times The problem is not the care. It's the insurance company structure. …

North Adams Rep. Gail Cariddi dies in Boston hospital at 63 » State House News Service Rep. Gailanne Cariddi, a longtime North Adams city councilor and business owner who has represented parts of Berkshire County on Beacon Hill since 2011, died Saturday morning, according to local media…

In rewrite of pot ballot question, Senate has lighter touch » Boston Globe Massachusetts Senate leaders Friday unveiled a modest rewrite of the voter-approved marijuana legalization measure, setting up a pivotal showdown with the House of Representatives that will dictate ho…

Massie's undisclosed donors 'honest mistake' » Boston Herald More than two months since launching his gubernatorial run, Bob Massie's campaign has yet to disclose a single donor helping it — a void the Democrat acknowledged even as he's criticized the pr…

At Springfield event, Rep. Geoff Diehl explores potential run to unseat Sen. Elizabeth Warren during 2018 race » The Republican SPRINGFIELD - Geoff Diehl thinks it's time for Elizabeth Warren to go. …

Our Opinion: Gailanne Cariddi » Berkshire Eagle Gailanne Cariddi served North Adams as a businesswoman, city councilor and state representative of the 1st Berkshire District, which also put eight other towns within her purview. Her accomplishments …

New ad campaign to pressure five GOP senators to vote against health-care overhaul » The Washington Post An organization that opposes the Republican effort to repeal and replace key parts of the Affordable Care Act is pressuring five GOP senators not to vote for the emerging legislation in a new $1.5 mil…

2017 Edelman Trust Barometer » SCRIBD Trust in all four institutions—business, government, NGOs, and media—to do what is right declined broadly in 2017, a phenomenon not recorded since Edelman began tracking trust. Two-third…

"I had the honor and pleasure of working with Gail over the past 18 years both on the North Adams City Council and most recently in her role as our representative. Gail certainly loved politics but her desire to serve people far outweighed any political ambitions. Gail was a true public servant in every sense. Everyone knew Gail….and she knew everyone. Her work and her passion were to simply help people as evidenced by her many, many years in public life. Gail truly made a positive difference in the lives of all she came into contact with,"

North Adams Mayor Richard Alcombright

Remembering Representative Gail Cariddi, who passed away Saturday morning.

News By Category
Beltway Politics

Mired in scandal, Trump governs like he's president of the 35 percent » Boston Globe When President Trump traveled to Little Havana in Miami on Friday to announce restrictions on Cuba trade, he rolled back a recent thaw with the island nation that has been popular not just among Democ…

Bill would require presidential candidates to release tax returns » Boston Globe

Business

How Boston Became 'The Best Place In The World' To Launch A Biotech Company » WBUR Gov. Charlie Baker will continue funding a version of the Massachusetts Life Sciences Initiative. Baker will announce details later Monday, but broadly, he plans to invest $500 million over the next f…

Actors' pay focus of Massachusetts film subsidies debate » Cape Cod Times A new “Ghostbusters” movie filmed in Boston two years ago with the hopes of rebooting a beloved franchise. Instead, the box office dud has unintentionally played a role in giving new life …

How An Allston-Based E-Commerce Startup Is Bringing Auction Houses Into The 21st Century » WBUR Next week, collectors with a burning "Star Wars" obsession — and very deep pockets — will have their chance to bid on an original R2-D2 (yes, one that was used in the franchise) at a Cal…

Crimes

MA Nurses Call for Action Following Harrington Hospital Stabbing » Go Local Worcester Nurses across the state of Massachusetts are showing support for the Harrington Hospital Nurse that was stabbed by her patient on Wednesday morning.…

Lawmakers reviewing proposals to sentencing policies » WWLP 22 Residents are calling on lawmakers to end mandatory minimum sentences.…

19-year-olds don't belong in adult prisons » Boston Globe Governor Baker introduced a criminal justice bill in February to great fanfare. Designed to give prisoners incarcerated on mandatory minimum sentences access to good-time credit to hasten their releas…

Education

Behind Mystic Valley's vaunted test scores, a question of equity » Boston Globe Rebecca Fisk, who graduated last year from Mystic Valley Regional Charter School, implored administrators for months to let her start a gay-straight alliance club. It happened — only after the …

Districts explore later high school start times » Worcester Telegram Each school day, Madison Nodurft, a junior at Worcester's Doherty Memorial High School, wakes up around 6:15 a.m. to begin her day, just a little more than an hour before her school's 7:20 a.m. start …

School's final cost is - gasp - under budget » Salem News Three years after it opened, the final cost for Essex Technical High School is in. And for taxpayers wary of Big Dig-like overruns, it's not what you think.…

State gifts $2M for NECC culinary program » Eagle Tribune Northern Essex Community College's downtown expansion will be continuing "in the kitchen."…

Retiring Scituate school superintendent saluted » The Enterprise Parents, principals, teachers, and community leaders filled the high school library for the Scituate School Committee meeting Monday night for an opportunity to thank and recognize Superintendent John…

Environment

Boston posts data that disappeared from EPA's website » Boston Globe Soon after President Trump took office, the Environmental Protection Agency began removing links on its website to data that reflected years of research into the causes of climate change.…

Gaming

Feds vote to block DraftKings, FanDuel merger » Boston Business Journal

Housing

Register O'Donnell promotes Homestead Act » Wicked Local Westwood Norfolk County Register of Deeds William P. O'Donnell today reminded homeowners about the importance of filing for Homestead protection.…

Human Services

AG Healey uses lawsuit settlement to help visually impaired » Cape Cod Times It used to be that Cape Cod Community College students who wanted to use text-to-speech software to cope with visual impairments or other issues had to log onto a desktop computer at the O'Neill Cente…

Day shelter to target problems on 'Methadone Mile' » Boston Globe In the light of day, in full view of passing traffic, men urinate on the sidewalk. Women shoot heroin, and leave their needles and other trash behind. Others pass their days panhandling up and down th…

Immigration

Deportations on the rise » The Eagle Tribune Manuel Castillo-Coroy was deported by federal immigration authorities three times between 2011 and 2013.…

Local Government

Lowell elite weigh in on neighboring high school project » Boston Herald The Lowell City Council votes tomorrow on the divisive question of where to locate a new $350 million high school, after a surprise missive signed by U.S. Rep. Niki Tsongas and other power brokers cal…

Leominster's Ciccolini, Navaroli named Citizens of Year » Sentinel & Enterprise Dom Ciccolini and Roz Navaroli of Leominster were named Citizens of the Year at the city's Starburst event Saturday night.…

Marijuana

Chabot: Pols' weed plan going to pot » Boston Herald Legislators had six months to tweak voter-approved marijuana legalization. They emerged last week, from the proverbial smoke-filled back room, with a bungled tax rate and an overall cloud of acrimony.…

Pot advocates back Senate changes to legalization law » Boston Globe

After Criticism, Debate To Resume Over Proposed Changes To Legal Marijuana Law » WBUR

OMNIBUST: ON RIDICULOUSNESS, RANCOR, AND THE VULNERABLE MASS CANNABIS LAW » Dig Boston

DOWN TO THE WIRE: AN INTERVIEW WITH THE CO-CHAIR OF THE JOINT COMMITTEE ON MARIJUANA POLICY » Dig Boston

Opinion

For Russia investigators, lessons from a forgotten election » Boston Globe IT'S HAPPENED BEFORE — a GOP presidential campaign investigated for having preelection contacts with a hostile foreign power. That earlier episode holds lessons for the current inquiries into t…

It's the end of the world as we know it - again » Boston Globe MY FRIEND BRUCE plans to spend the week of Aug. 21 in Cookeville, Tenn., smack in the “path of totality” of the Great Eclipse.…

A true feminist life » Boston Globe I AM 91 AND am proud of and deeply satisfied with the feminist life I have led, because I have chosen my lifestyle. …

The difference between here and there » The Daily News of Newburyport I'm sure you've heard about the two inmates at a Georgia state institution of correction that shot and killed two guards while they were on a work detail who went on the run that were captured by two …

Amalia Correia: Must support high-quality early education » Gazette Net Education is argued to be the great equalizer. It is often framed as the solution to escape disadvantaged situations.…

EDITORIAL: When the phone rings, Baker team answers » Lowell Sun The Baker administration isn't tone deaf when it comes to helping Gateway cities in need. A week ago today, Gov. Charlie Baker's team came to Lowell's rescue, providing $3.5 million in capital funding…

Dude, don't bogart our marijuana revenues » Boston Globe Paging Grover Norquist: Antitax anxiety has broken out on Beacon Hill, with some Democratic lawmakers suddenly professing concern about raising taxes on recreational marijuana as part of a needed set …

Editorial: Pushing back on pot » Boston Herald The House and Senate are offering up competing versions of a bill to rewrite the state's new recreational marijuana law, but the House version, behemoth though it may be, is superior to what the Senat…

Politics

Gov. Baker Facing Choppy Waters in Run-up to 2018 Elections » Capecod.com Gov. Charlie Baker should be in his element as Beacon Hill's focus turns to the economy.…

Republican legislative aide enters Bristol-Norfolk Senate race » The Enterprise Legislative aide Jacob Ventura of Attleboro has announced his candidacy in the special election to replace former Senator James E. Timilty.…

The RNC Files: Inside the Largest US Voter Data Leak » UpGaurd

Public Health

Water at state's largest prison raises concerns » Boston Globe In 2011, after years of inmate complaints about the tea-colored water and long-term problems with aging tanks and wells, the state's largest prison suffered an unprecedented failure to its water suppl…

Harsh Reception For Supervised Drug Injection In Boston » WBUR If the first public hearing is any indication, Boston supporters of rooms where drug users would inject under medical supervision have a long road ahead of them.…

Public Safety

Civil Service Commission rejects attorney's request for investigation of Springfield's police review board » MassLive

Critics Say Massachusetts Should Ease Solitary Confinement » US News and World Report

State Finance

Baker ordered spending bans in April » WWLP 22 Gov. Charlie Baker and his team have been careful in recent months not to specify how he's managing state spending to deal with tax revenues that are now running nearing half a billion dollars behind …

Baker stopped "nonessential" spending in April » Worcester Business Journal

Partnership Seeks To Put The Greenway On Firmer Financial Footing » WBUR It is the jewel atop the massive highway tunnel project known as the Big Dig, and on Monday state transportation officials came to agreement for the business community and the city of Boston to take o…

State Government

Report: Baker to call for $500M in funding for life sciences program » Boston Business Journal

Taxation

Keller @ Large: Gov. Charlie Baker Weighs In On Tax Issues » CBS Boston When Gov. Charlie Baker sat down with WBZ political analyst Jon Keller to talk about several issues this week, one thing he was clear about was his position on raising taxes–he doesn't want to.…

Transportation

Union Station revival nearly complete » WWLP 22 We are one week away from the grand re-opening of Springfield's historic Union Station.…

Ferry offers rendezvous with tall ships » Lynn Daily News Item The ferry's first week of service resumes Tuesday, coinciding with Sail Boston 2017, a five-day stop for the Rendez-Vous 2017 Tall Ships Regatta.…

Mass. lawmaker pitches rail between Boston and Springfield » Worcester Telegram

With retirement fund 'deteriorating rapidly,' T pours more money in » Boston Herald

State Senator Begins Tour To Promote Expanded East-West Rail » WAMC

Utilities

Hinds Hosts Massachusetts Clean Energy Future Tour In Pittsfield » WAMC

Weekend News

House-to-river funicular would be a first for Milton » Boston Globe Funiculars are the slower but more thrilling cousins of trains, taking passengers up and down cliffs in Switzerland and Norway, and to the top of the Montmartre neighborhood in Paris.…

With Cambridge life-sciences center, Bayer raises its profile in Mass. » Boston Globe The newest pharma giant to put down stakes in the heart of the Boston area's drug-discovery cluster is a German conglomerate best known for its ubiquitous aspirin. …

These startups want to save you a trip to the drugstore » Boston Globe As a teenager, T.J. Parker had a part-time job in the industry he's now trying to upend. His father owned a small pharmacy in Concord, N.H., and Parker used to make delivery runs to patients who could…

State should tax Airbnb, but let cities make rules » Boston Globe HOME-SHARING THROUGH websites like Airbnb and HomeAway has meant more lodging choices for visitors to Massachusetts. …

Manual labor goes upscale, one craft cocktail at a time » Boston Globe WHEN CHARCUTERIE shops and high-end cocktail lounges suddenly pop up in long-vacant storefronts, it's a sign the entire neighborhood is changing. But these emblems of gentrification are shifting the n…

When good things come from bad people » Boston Globe WHEN THE RENOWNED American industrialist Henry Clay Frick died in 1919, the obituaries didn't exactly overflow with tenderness.…

Historic Danvers home battle winds up in court » Salem News Years of infighting between members of the Putnam/Emerson family and a cash-strapped Danvers Historical Society over upkeep of the historic General Israel Putnam House has landed in Salem Superior Cou…

Half-century later, murder evidence still under wraps » Boston Globe Prosecutors have had almost half a century to figure out who killed Jane Sanders Britton, a Harvard graduate student found bludgeoned to death in her Cambridge apartment one wet, wintry day in 1969.…

Texting suicide verdict could set bad precedent, legal experts say » USA TODAY The day after a juvenile court judge in Massachusetts convicted Michelle Carter of killing boyfriend Conrad Roy III with her words, some legal and cyber issues experts cautioned that the punishment ma…

Chris Herren: On substance abuse, we need to serve kids better » Milford Daily News At age 15, when he was spending his mother's money on drugs and getting drunk to hang out with friends he'd known his entire life, Chris Herren wishes someone had asked him one simple question.…

Paris offers a model to bring swimming to Charles River » Boston Globe Next month, a few hundred people plan to plunge into the Charles River for a rare sanctioned frolic. The annual event will be a reminder of how far the waterway's cleanup has come since the days when …

Editorial: Green for the Greenway » Boston Herald Boston may be forced to dole out more goodies to score a change in the state “shadow law,” clearing the way for a huge redevelopment project in Winthrop Square. Hey, it wouldn't be the fir…

One lane or two? Residents split on Butters Row Bridge » Daily Times Chronicle At Monday night's Board of Selectmen meeting, many residents turned out to the Wil­mington Middle School Auditorium to hear a presentation from the De­partment of Public Works about the Butters …

Weymouth students salute Flag Day » Wicked Local Weymouth The observance included the raising of a flag that was recently flown outside the State House when a group of Pingree students visited State Rep. James Murphy, D- Weymouth and State Sen. Patrick O'Con…

Prosecutors crack down on immigration cases » Newburyport News Manuel Castillo-Coroy was deported by federal immigration authorities three times between 2011 and 2013.…

State government ethics review ends with a thud » WCVB A half-year-long effort to improve ethics in Massachusetts state and local government has ended with lackluster results amounting to little more than a report with some recommendations including  

Our Opinion: Gailanne Cariddi » Berkshire Eagle Gailanne Cariddi served North Adams as a businesswoman, city councilor and state representative of the 1st Berkshire District, which also put eight other towns within her purview. Her accomplishments …

State Rep. Gailanne Cariddi dies at age 63 » Berkshire Eagle Gailanne M. Cariddi, the 1st Berkshire District state representative from North Adams and the first woman to hold that seat, died Saturday morning at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston following…

Bill seeks community payment from non-profits » WWLP 22 BOSTON (WWLP) – Large non-profits may soon have to make community payments. But several human service organizations say this state proposal would cause them to cut vital programs in your commun…

Bill filed to aid ailing Upton teacher with retirement benefits » Worcester Telegram UPTON – If proposed special legislation filed Friday becomes law, a biology teacher with ALS will be able to purchase 120 days of his contribution toward reaching full retirement benefits.…

FishOn: Interior Secretary visits, talks lobsters, monuments » Gloucester Times It certainly was a happening time in Boston this past weekend, what with the Sail Boston 2017 spectacle out in the harbor and beyond, as well as Dead & Company doing two nights at Fenway Park, Father'…

Trip costs rack up on taxpayers' dime » Boston Herald State Treasurer Deborah Goldberg's office rang up a $44,000 travel bill in just 18 months by jetting to various far-flung conferences, including a Big Easy confab where she and an entourage of seven s…

Political Happy Hour: June 16, 2017 » Boston Globe Here's your Sprig “refreshing citrus” pot-infused soda can of politics, from Joshua Miller of The Boston Globe at the Massachusetts State House. TGIF, y'all.…

Legislators taste-test green crab in Gloucester » Boston Globe State Senator Bruce Tarr and state Representative Brad Hill were among those who turned out at Tonno in Gloucester June 12 to try owner Anthony Caturano's best soft-shell green crab dish.…

Nip Bottle Bill Gets State House Hearing » Cape News A bill in the Massachusetts House of Representatives promoting the proper disposal of “miniatures”—also known as “nip” bottles—received a hearing Tuesday afternoo…

Mr. Beaty Considers Run For Mr. Hunt's State Rep Seat » Cape News Barnstable County Commission Ronald R. Beaty Jr. said he is strongly considering a run for Randy Hunt's House of Representatives seat in the 5th Barnstable District in 2018.…

Major Taxes In, Out During Hectic Week » Medford Patch STATE HOUSE, BOSTON — Give lawmakers a week to get something done and they'll probably take eight days. At least.…

Lt. Manson H. Carter VFW holds banquet » Wicked Local Needham The Lt. Manson H. Carter Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 2498 in Needham held its annual banquet June 1 at the Post's facility on Junction Street.…

Sarah Gardner: Buying local at mini-mart supports local dairy farms » Berkshire Eagle GREAT BARRINGTON — It's fun to buy veggies at the farm market: we pay the farmer directly and we know our money is supporting a local farm. Why don't we get this same warm feeling buying a gall…

Tax on millionaires heads to 2018 ballot » Sentinel & Enterprise THE HOUSE AND SENATE: Beacon Hill Roll Call records local representatives' and senators' votes on the only roll call from the week of June 12-16.…

Retail pot ban, tax rates differ in house, senate pot bills » Berkshire Eagle Neither branch has passed marijuana legislation yet, but all signs point to a conference committee eventually having to iron out details of the tax on marijuana sales, how a town can ban pot facilitie…

Calculator Seeks To Help Prospective Students Understand The True Cost Of College » WBUR Fifteen colleges, including seven in New England, are now offering an easy way for college applicants to figure out how much their education will cost.…

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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 - 6/19

10:00am JVS Bridges to College Graduation, Great Hall

11:00am Criminal Justice Reform Conversations, Nurses Hall

11:00am House Committee on Technology & Intergovernmental Affairs, Public Hearing

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

12:00pm Joint Committee on Marijuana Policy, Public Hearing

1:00pm Joint Committee on Judiciary, Public Hearing

1:00pm Joint Committee on Mental Health, Substance Use, & Recovery, Public Hearing

3:30pm Green Communities Grant Award Announcement, Grand Staircase

5:30pm Re-Election Campaign Kickoff for Worcester Mayor Joe Petty

6:00pm Jay Gonzalez for Governor House Party

6:00pm 2017 Better Government Competition Awards Gala, Boston Harbor Hotel, 70 Rowes Wharf, Boston

6:00pm Senate Committee on Global Warming and Climate Change, Mass. Clean Energy Future Tour

7:30pm Meet and Greet with State Senate Candidate Cindy Friedman

Tuesday - 6/20

Birthdays: Senator Sal DiDomenico, Senator Mark Montigny

9:00am Honoring Champions of Toxics Use Reduction in MA, Great Hall

10:00am Lobster Day at the State House, Grand Staircase

10:00am Joint Committee on Housing, Public Hearing

10:00am Joint Committee on Education, Public Hearing

10:30am LGBTQ Youth Commission Swearing In Ceremony, State Library, Room 341

10:45am Local Chamber of Commerce Legislative Breakfast, Nurses Hall

11:00am Champions of Toxic Use Reduction Awards & Gathering, Great Hall

11:00am Joint Committee on Health Care Financing, Public Hearing

1:00pm Joint Committee on Consumer Protection & Professional Licensure, Public Hearing

1:00pm Joint Committee on Revenue, Public Hearing

1:00pm Joint Committee on Labor & Workforce Development, Public Hearing

1:00pm Joint Committee on Telecommunication, Utilities and Energy, Public Hearing

6:00pm Senate Committee on Global Warming and Climate Change, Mass. Clean Energy Future Tour

6:30pm Reception for Sen. Richard Ross

6:30pm Reception for Rep. Geoff Diehl for U.S. Senate

Wednesday - 6/21

Birthdays: Rep. James Dwyer

10:00am MassCann/NORML, Yes on 4 Coalition & Marijuana Policy Project Rally, State House steps

11:45am House Session, Full Formal Session

12:00pm Unsung Heroine Celebration, Great Hall

6:00pm Sen. Sal DiDomenico's Annual Summer Fundraiser

6:00pm A Mercifully Progressive Night with Salem City Councilor David Eppley and City Council Candidate Jeff Cohen

6:00pm Campaign Celebration for Quincy City Council Candidate Anne Mahoney

Thursday - 6/22

Birthdays: Rep. Kay Khan

9:00am Commonwealth Corps Celebration of Service, Great Hall

11:00am Senate Session, Full Formal Session

5:30pm 7th Annual Summer Campaign Cookout for Rep. Jim Lyons

6:00pm Birthday Reception for Sen. Joe Boncore

6:00pm Worcester House Party for Setti Warren

6:00pm ELM Action Fund Protect Our National Monuments Campaign Briefing, 14 Beacon Street, Boston

7:00pm Reception for Rep. Geoff Diehl for U.S. Senate

Friday - 6/23

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

3:00pm Jay Gonzalez for Governor House Party

4:00pm National Red Cross Board Meeting, Grand Staircase & Nurses Hall

5:30pm Lowell Town Hall with Senator Elizabeth Warren, UTEC, 35 Warren Street, Lowell

7:00pm Reception for Rep. Geoff Diehl for U.S. Senate

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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