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10:00am City Spotlights Leadership Program, Grand Staircase, State House

10:00am Joint Committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security, Public Hearing

11:00am Promote Prevent Commission, B-2

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

11:00am Senate Session, Full Formal Session

11:00am House Session, Full Formal Session

3:00pm Boston Mayoral Candidates Live Town Hall Conversations: Tito Jackson, Healey Library, UMass Boston, 100 Morrissey Boulevard

6:00pm Reception for Rep. Geoff Diehl for U.S. Senate

Birthdays: Rep. Jeffrey Sanchez, Senator Walter Timilty

Must-Reads

Nine reps targeted in latest MassFiscal mailing » State House News Service The Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance, a conservative non-profit that has targeted Democrats in past elections with educational materials sent to voters about lawmakers' voting records, has begun flooding…

Rosenberg: senators eyeing their own health care reforms » State House News Service State senators may propose alternative ideas as they weigh reforms recommended by Republican Gov. Charlie Baker to bring MassHealth costs under control, Senate President Stan Rosenberg said Tuesday.…

Baker warns against repeal and replace later » State House News Service Following the collapse of the U.S. Senate Obamacare repeal-and-replace plan on Monday night, Gov. Charlie Baker joined a bipartisan group of governors in urging Senate leaders not to push forward with…

Reps urge focus on bill text, not controversy, in contracting debate » State House News Service The largest meeting space in the State House was full Tuesday morning for a hearing on a bill that, supporters said, aims to prohibit discrimination in state contracts.…

Baker's chief of staff is stepping down, saying he's 'run out of gas' » Boston Globe In the first major staff shake-up of Governor Charlie Baker's 2½-year tenure, chief of staff Steven Kadish is leaving and will be succeeded by top finance aide Kristen Lepore, bringing changes to t…

John Kasich: The Way Forward on Health Care » New York Times The bill that appears to have died in the Senate was unpopular for good reasons. Congress must now look for bipartisan solutions. …

GOP may not be punished if it can't pass repeal » Axios The GOP base will punish Republicans in upcoming elections if they fail to deliver on their promise to repeal the Affordable Care Act, or at least make an all -out effort to do so. That's the conventi…

Deval Patrick revels in role developing Bain's social impact fund » Boston Globe Deval Patrick now has $390 million to spend on his next act, investing in companies that provide a social benefit in addition to financial returns. …

When To Trust A Story That Uses Unnamed Sources » FiveThirtyEight he various investigations into the Trump administration and its alleged ties to Russia are hard to follow. The allegations are sometimes muddled, the probes are still ongoing, and all sides in the dis…

Charlie and the MBTA » American Prospect Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker's privatization initiative at greater Boston's transit authority has realized short-term savings—but the cure is still adequate public investment.…

“I will turn 61 in October. I want to make it to 61,” he said. “People have asked me if I’m going to retire, and the r-word I’m using is ‘rest.’ ”

Governor Baker's chief of staff Steven Kadish

Speaking about stepping down as Governor Baker's chief of staff.

News By Category
Beltway Politics

Pragmatic Democratic Governors have Eye on the White House » New York Times Many elected Democrats have drifted left since the party's shattering defeat last November, turning to a brand of progressive politics that is closer to Senator Bernie Sanders's democratic socialism …

GOP was thwarted by its own moderates » Boston Globe Considered a dying breed in Washington, Republican moderates delivered stunning defeats to attempts by the White House and Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell to repeal the Affordable Care Act, cul…

GOP repeal foes face blowback » Politico

Business

Owners of closed arcades seek changes in gaming laws » Gloucester Times Supporters of coin-operated arcades for adults asked lawmakers on Tuesday to change the state's gaming laws to allow the popular venues to operate without fear of being shut down.…

Sexist grill still par for the course at Charles River Country Club » Boston Globe These are words I can't believe I'm even writing, but here goes: the men's grill. At the exclusive Charles River Country Club in Newton, the membership brought back that vestige of a far more sexist e…

Sen. Jason Lewis supports alcohol advertising prohibition on MBTA » Wicked Local Malden Responding to media reports that senior staff at the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority are considering a plan to relax the existing ban on alcohol advertising on the MBTA as a source of reven…

Globe chief executive Doug Franklin steps down » Boston Globe Boston Globe chief executive officer Doug Franklin stepped down Tuesday morning, less than seven months into the job, citing strategic differences with publisher John W. Henry, the owner of New Englan…

Paul Ryan to visit New Balance this week » Boston Globe US House Speaker Paul D. Ryan will visit Lawrence Thursday to discuss an issue some Republicans are sorely hoping will replace health care on the congressional docket, people familiar with the plans s…

Sources: Facebook is looking for a bigger office in Greater Boston » Boston Business Journal Facebook opened an engineering office in Cambridge's Kendall Square neighborhood in 2013. Now it's on the hunt for a much larger office presence.…

Lawmakers encounter thicket in bid to protect internet users » State House News Service

Education

St. Paul's top administrator defends school amid criminal investigation » Boston Globe St. Paul School's top administrator offered a defense of the elite preparatory school on Monday while also acknowledging the recent misconduct of male students who documented relationships with girls …

Baker strips provision tying MassBay funds to Framingham » The Metro West Daily News Gov. Charlie Baker stripped a provision from the state budget that would have required MassBay Community College's new campus to be built in Framingham. Baker instead proposed the Legislature expand t…

Bill would ban teacher sex with students » Boston Herald A legislative proposal that would bar teachers and other school employees from having sexual relationships with their students by raising the age of consent within schools and expanding the number of …

Sexual abuse bill targets school employees » State House News Service In 2004, Dudley police investigated what they believed to be a crime: a sexual relationship between a 30-year-old English teacher and a 16-year-old boy who was her student.…

Following teacher-student sexual relationship, bill seeks to put ban on books » MassLive

Sex abuse bill targets Mass. school employees » Worcester Telegram

Environment

Pignatelli Takes Over Cariddi's Chairmanship of Environment Committee » iBerkshires State Rep. William "Smitty" Pignatelli is taking over the House chairmanship of the Joint Committee on Environment, Natural Resources, and Agriculture for the late Rep. Gailanne Cariddi. Speaker of t…

Bostonians Take A Dip In 'That Dirty Water' » WBUR Bostonians Take A Dip In 'That Dirty Water'…

Taunton clean-up crews finding needles among the coffee cups » Taunton Gazette Organizers of Taunton's annual city-wide clean up make a point of keeping young volunteers away from high traffic areas to keep them safe. But in recent years in the wake of the opioid epidemic they'v…

Gaming

Cops, activists outraged over late-night booze at casinos » Boston Herald A new law allowing casinos to serve alcohol until 4 a.m. — two hours later than cross-border competitors Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun — has community advocates and cops fearing a rise in dru…

Simulcast extension may hold back racing revitalization, lawmakers told » State House News Service With the rights to simulcast and accept wagers on live horse racing set to expire at the end of July, legislation extending those rights for another year ran into opposition Tuesday from a group that …

Senate Leader Opposes Later Last Call for Casinos » US News and World Report

Walsh, Rosenberg assail new 4 a.m. casino drinking measure » Boston Herald

Health Care

Errors delay US News & World Report's annual hospital ranking » Boston Globe US News & World Report is postponing the release of its annual hospital rankings after it discovered errors in the data used to compile its report, according to an e-mail obtained by STAT.…

Vertex reports strong findings from cystic fibrosis drug trials » Boston Globe Vertex Pharmaceuticals Inc. on Tuesday released clinical findings showing its new approach to combating cystic fibrosis substantially improved lung function in patients, lifting hopes for a treatment …

Caution, Not Relief, In Mass. After Senate GOP Leaders Drop Health Care Bill » WBUR President Trump meets with Senate Republicans Wednesday to discuss the GOP's next move on health care. The Senate Republican plan died on Monday night, and an attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act…

Human Services

Community invited to Habitat for Humanity celebration » Sentinel & Enterprise Habitat for Humanity North Central Massachusetts is inviting the community and those who donated or volunteered from the surrounding area to join the "mid-build" celebration with the Yang family at 10…

Immigration

Study: Immigrants More Likely To Work Nights And Weekends Than U.S.-Born Employees » WBUR A new study demonstrates a key role immigrants fill in the American economy.…

Judiciary

Exploited victims seek a clean slate » Boston Herald A human trafficking survivor told Beacon Hill lawmakers yesterday it's critical for exploited victims to have their prostitution charges vacated if they want any shot at rebuilding their lives. …

Baker's 5th pick to high court confirmed by council » The Associated Press (AP)

Baker influence on SJC grows with Kafker confirmation » The Salem News

UPDATE: Swampscott man confirmed to SJC » The Salem News

Labor

Healey promoting summer jobs program in Springfield » WWLP 22

Legislative

Sánchez Nominated To Be Chair of House Ways and Means Committee » Jamaica Plain News Massachusetts Speaker of the House Robert DeLeo has nominated state Rep. Jeffrey Sánchez to chair the powerful House Ways and Means Committee. …

Demoted rep not buying DeLeo's explanation » State House News Service Rep. Russell Holmes isn't buying Speaker Robert DeLeo's claims that his ouster Monday from a vice chairmanship was totally unrelated to Holmes's critical comments about the future leadership of the Ho…

State fiscal group's mailer targets Ferrante » Gloucester Times

Local Government

Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito signs compact with Marblehead » Wicked Local Marblehead Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito made the town's Community Compact official when she stopped by Abbot Hall Tuesday for a signing ceremony. “You are the 288th community to sign a Community Compact,” P…

Vargas, Toohey, Wood weighing House runs » Eagle Tribune Since he won the third-most votes in the 2015 City Council race at age 22, comparisons have been made between Andy Vargas and state Rep. Brian Dempsey, who won a council seat in 1987 at age 20.…

Healey scores at Lawrence B&G Club » Eagle Tribune She was captain of the woman's basketball team at Harvard University, played on a professional circuit in Austria for two years and was inducted into the New England Basketball Hall of Fame in 2006.…

Huntington sets plan for Chapter 90 road funds » WWLP 22

Is it time to reduce Worcester's speed limit to 25 miles per hour? Councilors asking for a review » MassLive

Marijuana

Attleboro area lawmakers leaning in favor of pot bill » The Sun Chronicle Local lawmakers say they have problems with some of the details of a compromise marijuana bill, but will likely vote for it.…

3 things to know about the expected changes to marijuana legalization in Massachusetts » Boston.com It may be a few weeks later than they planned, but Massachusetts lawmakers appear to have agreed on legislation to implement changes to the voter-approved law legalizing marijuana in the state.…

Compromise: Massachusetts Pot Sales Start July 2018 » Cannabis Now After numerous missed deadlines, the legislature of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts has reached an agreement on how deep they will cut into Question 4, last November's successful ballot initiative l…

POLL: Changes to pot law » The Patriot Ledger State House and Senate negotiators reached an agreement Monday on the state's voter-approved marijuana law that would allow retail pot sales to be taxed at a maximum 20 percent rate.…

Senate President Stan Rosenberg Defends Legality Of Marijuana Compromise Bill » WGBH News The Massachusetts state Legislature has announced its overhaul of the ballot question legalizing recreational marijuana, which was passed by voters in November.…

Lawmakers poised to sign off on marijuana law changes » State House News Service After months of hearings and deliberations, Beacon Hill leaders believe they have the legal framework assembled to appropriately regulate a legal marijuana industry in Massachusetts.…

Legislature moves forward on marijuana law overhaul » Boston Globe

Treasurer unsure if Mass. will see pot shops next summer » Worcester Business Journal

Opinion

The GOP doesn't need a new health care plan. They just need to rebrand Obamacare » Boston Globe Sometimes, watching the farce that passes for policy-making in Washington, you don't know whether to laugh or cry. Luckily, this isn't one of those times. Mirth is clearly the order of the day.…

The human cost of Trump's health care tantrum » Boston Globe Presidents take a solemn vow to execute the responsibilities of their office, and, for the foreseeable future, overseeing Obamacare is part of the job. Donald Trump's tantrum on Tuesday, when he said …

Our View: A quick read on the budget » The Metro West Daily News On July 7, the Massachusetts Legislature approved a compromise $40.2 billion state budget that increases spending on schools and local aid but cuts spending in other areas to avoid a tax increase. Whi…

Working for the Vineyard on Beacon Hill » Martha's Vineyard Times

Gov. Baker matches technocratic know-how with compassion — and a few tears » Boston Globe

Politics

Waltham mayor announces she won't run for a fifth term » Boston Globe Longtime Mayor Jeannette A. McCarthy will not seek reelection when her term ends in 2020, she announced in a letter to city councilors and employees.…

Boston Rep. Jeffrey Sanchez to chair powerful budget panel » The Associated Press (AP) Rep. Jeffrey Sanchez was tapped Monday by Speaker Robert DeLeo to chair the powerful House Ways and Means Committee, a position that establishes the Boston Democrat as a contender to eventually succee…

Akamai CEO: Election hacking 'a big concern' » Boston Herald The CEO of the Cambridge-based tech security firm who met with President Trump last month said election hacking remains a significant threat heading into next year's midterm races.…

Keller @ Large: Why Charlie Baker Is So Popular » CBS Boston Governor Charlie Baker has been named the most popular governor in the country in a new poll. I asked him about this Tuesday, noting that I had never recalled seeing a 71-percent approval rating for a…

Mayoral hopeful Jay Ferreira of Holyoke wants moratorium on standardized testing of public school students » MassLive Mayoral candidate Jay Ferreira said Tuesday the state of Massachusetts should put a moratorium on standardized tests because such exams are "an illegitimate measurement" of public school students.…

Public Health

Substance abusers to move out of sex offender facility » Boston Globe The state Department of Correction agreed Tuesday to transfer 14 men committed for drug and alcohol addiction out of a treatment center for sex offenders, seeking to resolve allegations that the men w…

State budget cuts $3M earmark for Baystate Health » Western Mass News Governor Charlie Baker has signed a $38 billion state budget, trimming $329 million from what lawmakers sent to his desk. In the process, the governor vetoed $42 million in earmarks, including $3 mill…

Map: Where Lyme Disease Is Worsening In Mass. » WBUR Lyme disease is a big — and growing — problem in Massachusetts. Here's how the number of cases has risen over the last 12 years.…

Public Safety

When Should the Government Be Able To Take Your Guns Away? » New Boston Post BOSTON — An array of gun bills drew a crowd of citizen activists to the State House on Tuesday, with a pair of bills aimed at ending the citizen ban on firearm suppressors and temporarily takin…

MNA: Family, Colleagues of Nurse Elise Wilson Who Was Attacked at Harrington Hospital to Testify Wednesday, July 19 in Favor of 'Elise's Law' to Prevent Health Care Workplace Violence » The husband and colleagues of Elise Wilson, a registered nurse who was stabbed while working in the emergency department at Harrington Hospital last month, will testify at a State House hearing on Wed…

Mental health advocates and others call for crisis training for police » Boston Globe Lynda Roseman called police to get help for her son, an Iraq War veteran with post-traumatic stress disorder who was brandishing a knife and high on inhalants. Instead, the former Marine was shot in t…

Family of nurse who survived ER stabbing will support protective legislation » WCVB Just over a month after his wife was viciously attacked and stabbed while she worked in an emergency room, the husband of a nurse plans to testify in support of legislation intended to protect other n…

Milford Police critic Dominick Cristino has conviction vacated » The Metro West Daily News A man convicted of stalking the police chief and deputy chief is now a free man after the Appeals Court ruled that his Facebook comments – once thought to be threats – were protected fre…

Gun bill hearing focuses on risk order, suppressor proposals » State House News Service Firearms legislation took center stage at a hearing Tuesday where advocates for new gun laws and their opponents clashed over a bill that would allow guns to be temporarily seized from people deemed a…

Legislation would allow guns to be seized when risk of suicide, other danger is shown » The Enterprise

Stun gun ban opponents cite "SJC smackdown" » State House News Service

Bill would attach strings to use of Massachusetts inmates for President Trump's US-Mexico border wall » MassLive

State Finance

Governor Baker Vetoes Cape and Islands Funding in FY18 Budget » Cape Cod Online Governor Charlie Baker signed the budget for Fiscal Year 2018 on Monday, but he vetoed $490,000 in local funding for Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket.…

Budget increases local aid to western Massachusetts communities » WWLP 22 Western Massachusetts cities and towns will see an increase in funding for education and local aid in this year's state budget.…

State Government

AG Maura Healey will visit Leominster's Spanish American Center Wednesday » Sentinel & Enterprise Attorney General Maura Healey, who announced that her office is awarding $300,000 in grant funding to 70 organizations across the state to fund nearly 200 summer jobs for local youth focused on health…

Baker makes major changes to administration » Boston Business Journal In a major shakeup of Gov. Charlie Baker's administration, chief of staff Steve Kadish plans to leave, with budget chief Kristen Lepore taking over the role overseeing the day-to-day operations of the…

Charlie Baker taps Kristen LePore to succeed Kadish » Boston Herald Gov. Charlie Baker is making some changes at the highest levels of his administration.…

Danvers resident to become Gov. Baker's new chief of staff » The Salem News Kristen Lepore of Danvers has been named the new chief of staff to Gov. Charlie Baker. Baker made the announcement Tuesday at the Statehouse. Lepore, who has been serving as secretary of Administratio…

MassPRIM gets authorization to manage MBTA Retirement Fund » Pensions & Investments Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker authorized the Massachusetts Pension Reserves Investment Management board to manage the MBTA Retirement Fund's $1.5 billion portfolio, confirmed William Pitman, a spok…

Hillary Chabot to take on Golden Dome's seedy underbelly » Boston Herald Boston Herald Radio presents “Animal House” — a weekly look at scandals that have rocked Beacon Hill — with the Herald's chief political reporter Hillary Chabot. …

Taxation

Massachusetts retailers await word on tax-free holiday » Cape Cod Times With August approaching, Massachusetts retailers and shoppers are still waiting to see if they will be granted a two-day break from the state sales tax or if Beacon Hill will skip the popular holiday …

POLL: Sales tax holiday » The Patriot Ledger BOSTON -- With August approaching, Massachusetts retailers and shoppers are still waiting to see if they'll be granted a two-day break from the state sales tax or if Beacon Hill will skip the popular …

Transportation

Budget Funds Study Of New Western Mass. Pike Exit » New England Public Radio The Massachusetts Department of Transportation will study the possibility of putting a new exit on the Massachusetts Turnpike in the western part of the state.…

MBTA welcomes 345 new buses » Metro The department of transportation announced on Tuesday the delivery of 345 new buses to the MBTA's service fleet.…

Worcester council suggests 25 mph speed limit citywide » Worcester Telegram In an effort to slow down traffic on local streets, the City Council has asked the administration to consider lowering the speed limit citywide to 25 miles per hour.…

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Yesterday's Late-Breaking News

Boycotts are an essential form of democratic protest – don't ban them » Boston Globe

Elizabeth Warren, Ed Markey seek input on Mass. federal judge vacancies » Boston Globe

Governor's Councillor Mary Hurley to hold public hearings for 2 Western Mass. judicial nominees » The Republican

Trump says he, GOP are 'not going to own' Obamacare » Boston Globe

Marty Walsh has a confession to make » Boston Globe

Boston Globe CEO steps down after less than seven months » Boston Business Journal

Central Mass. groups receive funding for teen jobs » Telegram News

Treasurer has "no idea" if pot shops can open by July 2018 » Lowell Sun

Russell Holmes: 'Not a surprise' to be stripped of leadership post » Boston Herald

Lepore stepping into new role under Baker shakeup » State House News Service

Marijuana bill calls for key appointments to be made quickly » State House News Service

Massachusetts Lawmakers Reveal Changes to Voter-Approved Legalization » The Marijuana Times

Quincy rep, Tackey Chan, is House's first Asian-American chairman » The Patriot Ledger

More States Considering Single-Payer » Insurancenewsnet.com

Compromise for marijuana bill » Boston Herald

Akamai CEO warns of cybersecurity threat in 2018 midterm elections » Boston Herald

Baker's 71% approval rating tops all governors in new poll » The Patriot Ledger

Brockton RMV gets a makeover, and nearly doubles in size » The Enterprise

Baker announces shakeup as his chief of staff steps down » Boston Globe

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Recipe of the Week

Tuna Nicoise baguette

The Boston Globe

Makes 4 Servings

Ingredients

¼ pound green beans

4 eggs

2 cans (6 or 7 ounces each) tuna in olive oil

2 tablespoons white wine vinegar

1 long baguette (18 inches)

2 medium ripe tomatoes, cored and thinly sliced

½ red onion, very thinly sliced

6 tablespoons mixed fresh parsley and oregano leaves

1 can (2 ounces) anchovy fillets, drained

12 pitted Nicoise, Kalamata, or other black olives

Olive oil (for sprinkling)

Salt and pepper, to taste

Directions

1. In a saucepan fitted with a steamer insert and several inches of boiling water, steam the green beans, covered, for 3 minutes, or until they are bright green and slightly tender. Lift out and transfer to a bowl of very cold water; let the tap run into the bowl until the beans are cold. Dry with paper towels.

2. Empty the saucepan and refill it with water. Bring to a boil. Add the eggs and cook 10 minutes exactly. Lift out and transfer to very cold water; let the tap run into the bowl as you crack the eggs and peel off a strip of shell on each one. Finish peeling the eggs and dry with paper towels.

3. In a bowl, combine the tuna with the oil from the can and the vinegar. Stir gently to keep from breaking up the fish.

4. Cut the baguette into 4 even pieces. Halve each piece lengthwise, keeping the sections together so you can shape sandwiches later. Remove most of the soft crumb on both sides of the tops and bottoms to make hollows for the filling.

5. On the bottom pieces, spread out the tuna and sprinkle over some of the oil-vinegar. Cover with tomatoes, red onion, green beans, herb leaves, anchovies, and olives (tuck them in so they don’t fall out). Sprinkle with any remaining oil-vinegar or olive oil, salt, and pepper.

6. Slice each egg thickly. Make a layer of egg slices, add a sprinkle of olive oil, salt, and pepper.

7. Sprinkle the inside of the bread tops with olive oil and salt. Reshape each section to make 4 sandwiches. Wrap individually in parchment paper and tie with kitchen string, making the string tight so the sandwiches compact. Set on a tray and set a heavy skillet on top for 15 minutes. Leave the sandwiches in a cool place for up to 3 hours. Let each guest unwrap a sandwich.


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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