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Must-Reads

Senate prepping property tax relief legislation » State House News Service The Massachusetts Senate is planning to roll out a bill related to property taxes in the coming days, but details of the bill remained sketchy even to the Senate president Wednesday morning. …

Stabbing lends urgency to nurses call for safety protocols » State House News Service After a nurse was stabbed at Harrington Hospital last month, the Southbridge facility installed medical detectors and implemented other safety reforms.…

Snarled by traffic, Bristol sheriff facing contempt hearing » State House News Service The most high-profile law enforcement official in southeastern Massachusetts will need to appear before a federal judge in September after showing up late to court on Wednesday.…

The Democratic Party's Billion-Dollar Mistake » New York Times By fixating on Obama-Trump voters, the party is ignoring the Americans who could return it to power in the House. …

Markey: Protecting the Affordable Care Act was in Trump's oath of office » Boston Globe During his short tenure as president, Donald Trump has subjected the Constitution to a stress test the likes of which it hasn't seen since Watergate. A Muslim ban. The firing of FBI Director James Com…

A New Brooklyn Clinic for Hotel Workers Who Enjoy No-Cost Care » New York Times Tania Corchado was already quite happy with the health care promised her family for the next nine years, a plan that would be the envy of many Americans. But once she got a peek at where it would be d…

Tony Kushner: Why I'm Writing a Play About Donald Trump » The Daily Beast From the summer home where he and his husband, Mark Harris, live in Provincetown, Massachusetts, the playwright Tony Kushner is speaking for the first time about the play he is planning to write about…

Expunge vs. seal? Parsing over pot offenses » Boston Globe Prolonged negotiations on Beacon Hill have culminated in a much-awaited compromise marijuana bill, which the Legislature is poised to send to the governor Thursday. But a lingering question — h…

Labor Unions Hold the Key to the White House in 2020 » Observer NEW JERSEY POLITICS If Democrats and Republicans are looking for a new group to appeal to, it's the labor union. Long derided and almost forgotten in political campaigns, bipartisan support for these worker associations'…

Walsh says he'd like to see higher local tax on recreational marijuana » Boston Business Journal Walsh joined Senate President Stanley Rosenberg for the last few minutes of an interview on Boston Herald Radio, where he was asked to weigh in on the marijuana industry regulation bill. …

Governor's budget vetoes, priorities worry local lawmakers » The Berkshire Eagle The 2018 budget has been signed by Gov. Charlie Baker — and Berkshire legislators have concerns about the final result and the governor's priorities in the state. …

“It gets it right for the consumer, it gets it right for the industry, and, most of all, it gets it right for all the people of Massachusetts,” said Cusack, a Braintree Democrat who helped craft the compromise.

Representative Mark Cusack

Speaking about the marijuana compromise bill.

News By Category
Beltway Politics

U.S. Rep. Jim McGovern urges D.C. bipartisanship » Boston Herald U.S. Rep. Jim McGovern joined Boston Herald Radio's “The Rundown” program yesterday to discuss health care and the future of the Democratic Party.…

Rep. Lynch: House Republicans Are 'Not Happy' Their Controversial Votes Didn't Pay Off » WGBH News House Republicans who went out on a limb to vote in favor of the GOP health care bill aren't pleased it didn't pay off, according to Congressman Stephen Lynch.…

The Daily 202: Trump shows disdain for rule of law with new attacks on Sessions, Rosenstein, Mueller » The Washington Post The transcript of the 50-minute session in the Oval Office oozes with brooding grievance and reflects the degree to which he has adopted a bunker mentality. It also underscores how much Robert Mueller…

Protests to greet U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan today in Lawrence » Wicked Local

Business

Massachusetts AG leads coalition against Remington in defective rifle trigger case » Legal Newsline Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey announced on July 7 that her office is leading a coalition of 14 attorneys general in attempting to hold Remington responsible for harm caused by the compan…

Shadows bill clears another hurdle » Boston Globe A bill that would allow a proposed skycraper in Winthrop Square to cast shadows on Boston Common and the Public Garden cleared another hurdle Wednesday when it was passed by the state House of Represe…

Trust's decision to sell buildings means big changes in store for Harvard Square » Boston Globe It's been this way for years in Harvard Square — every time a business or property changes hands, it sets off debate about what the deal might mean for the neighborhood's ever-evolving characte…

Lawmakers encounter tangle in bid to protect internet users » Gloucester Times Opponents and proponents of legislation intended to protect the privacy of internet user data made their cases Tuesday, offering viewpoints so far apart that one lawmaker said the claims didn't make s…

New City Sports owners plot revival of Boston brand » Boston Globe Competitors in the upcoming Boston Triathlon might get a feeling of deja vu when they see the logo of City Sports on their swim caps and race bags.…

11-acre site in Holyoke getting groomed to attract developers » The Republican Tasks like soil borings and wetlands delineations are being carried out on 11 acres on Whiting Farms Road in a grooming that city officials hope will attract a buyer.…

Grumbling over growlers: Beer fans seek refill answers » Cape Cod Times There's been a little hubbub and a lot of confusion recently among craft beer fans, breweries and the state Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission…

Boston Globe in talks to sell its Dorchester property » Dorchester Reporter The owner of the Boston Globe is apparently closing in on another agreement to sell its former headquarters on Morrissey Boulevard in Dorchester— but the deal is not finalized.…

House tech panel hears cybersecurity risks to small business » Boston Business Journal

Crimes

Slain Boston Hardware Store Owner Is Recalled By Neighbors As Generous » WBUR In front of AC Hardware in Boston's Mission Hill neighborhood, there's a makeshift memorial of candles, flowers, Puerto Rican flags and a framed photograph of a smiling Andres Cruz.…

Education

Babson breaks another barrier with first woman board leader » Boston Globe Another glass ceiling is shattering at Babson College.…

Senate To Vote On Bill That Would Mandate How Local School Districts Teach Sex » New Boston Post With a Senate vote looming Thursday on a controversial sex education bill, lawmakers have offered a flurry of amendments — most notably Senate Minority Leader Bruce Tarr (R-Gloucester), submitt…

Charter school's 'clerical error' leaves Pelham Elementary School $67,000 short; officials seek state help » MassLive Eight days before the start of the fiscal year, officials with the Amherst-Pelham Regional School District found out four students from Pelham had enrolled at the Pioneer Valley Chinese Immersion Char…

Environment

EPA extends comment period on GE's river monitoring plan » The Berkshire Eagle Not all aspects of the Housatonic River PCB cleanup are mired in court proceedings. …

Gaming

Pols hope bid for extended serving hours at casinos comes up snake eyes » Boston Herald Boozing on the casino floor until 4 a.m. is a bad idea that could lead to more problems, both Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Senate President Stanley C. Rosenberg said.…

Beating the craps out of each other » Commonwealth Magazine CASINOS ARE ABOUT GAMBLING. Take away the restaurants, the shops, and the entertainment and what remains is the foundational reason for a casino's existence—getting people to come and leave the…

Marty Walsh opposes new 4 a.m. last call for casinos: 'If I had a casino, God only knows' » Boston.com

Health Care

Coburn: Health costs 'going to come down regardless' » State House News Service Doctor and former U.S. Sen. Tom Coburn on Wednesday advocated for a more market-based approach to health care, predicting that technological advances and a focus on the cost of care will increase comp…

Senators eyeing their own MassHealth reforms » Worcester Business Journal 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. …

Human Services

Young people march against child hunger » Boston Globe Protests to raise awareness of one cause or another are commonplace at the Massachusetts State House. But when about 200 children marched Wednesday morning chanting “Don't let Trump take our lun…

Veterans Affairs secretary promises 'brand new' review of Manchester hospital » Boston Globe An internal investigation of problems at New Hampshire's only hospital for veterans recently found “no substantial or specific danger to public health” even though 11 members of the medica…

Immigration

Judge denies MIT janitor's request to be released from custody » Boston Globe A federal judge has denied the request of an MIT janitor facing deportation to be released from custody while authorities consider his case.…

Gov. Baker, If You Met My Immigrant Patients, You'd Support 'Safe Communities Act' » WBUR You're on record opposing the Safe Communities Act, which you say would imperil public safety by making Massachusetts a "sanctuary state." My work as a primary doctor shows me daily that the opposite …

Insurance

AG mum on Delta Dental review » Worcester Business Journal Even though the Massachusetts Division of Insurance (DOI) in July announced it has approved a new preferred provider organization (PPO) plan formed by a for-profit subsidiary of Delta Dental of Massac…

Judiciary

Advocates applaud expansion of housing court to Cape » Cape Cod Times Gov. Charlie Baker has allocated $750,000 to expand the housing court system to Cape Cod and other areas of the state that previously went unserved.…

Gov. Charlie Baker nominates attorney from Springfield Kathleen Sandman to fill vacancy on Probate and Family Court » The Republican Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker nominated attorney Kathleen Sandman, of Springfield, to serve as an Associate Justice of the Probate and Family Court, Circuit Division, on Wednesday. …

Labor

The young men who keep Worcester's street islands clean want more opportunities for youths » The Republican Three promising young men have found a way to cure their summertime blues thanks to the growing opportunities for youth recreation and jobs programs created by the Healthy Summer Youth Jobs Grant Prog…

Oak Bluffs firefighters/paramedics vote to unionize » Martha's Vineyard Times On a steamy Thursday morning, eight of the 10 Oak Bluffs firefighters and paramedics gathered at the Portuguese-American Club to take the oath that would make them charter members of IAFF Local 5137, …

Bill aimed at protecting pregnant workers reaches governor's desk » State House News Service

Legislative

Small biz cybersecurity risks explored by House tech panel » State House News Service For a small business without a cybesecurity plan, a hack can have serious financial implications. But small businesses, which employ some 46 percent of Massachusetts workers, often don't have cybersec…

Dempsey resigns, bids farewell to House » State House News Service Brian Dempsey, who represented Haverhill on Beacon Hill for nearly 27 years and served most recently as Ways and Means chairman, officially resigned from the House on Wednesday.…

Cariddi's Top Legislative Aide to Seeks to Fill Out Rep's Term » iBerkshires Kevin Towle knew that the Monday after Gailanne Cariddi had died, she'd want her staff reporting to work. …

Local Government

Town to borrow funds in advance of various projects » Tewksbury Town Crier Thanks to a vote of the Board of Selectmen, the town can now borrow funds from the General Fund to pay for the Aberjona flood mitigation/culvert project ($500,000), the Skillings Field synthetic turf …

City Council briefed on latest home-rule petition version of 'special officer' bill » Wicked Local Raynham A near-final version of a request for a home rule petition to codify the status of retired cops who want to work paid work details got an airing Tuesday night in front of the Taunton City Council.…

For Boston City Council, New Members Haven't Led To More Independence, Influence » WGBH News When the new Boston City Council is sworn in next January, it will have entirely flipped membership in the span of a decade—and a remarkable nine of 13 seats will have changed hands just since …

Marijuana

Massachusetts House and Senate approve final bill to change marijuana ballot law » WWLP 22 The House and Senate approved a final bill to revise the state's voter-approved pot law.…

Mass. towns debate new pot sales rules » Boston Globe Massachusetts lawmakers are defending their new system for giving municipalities control over recreational marijuana businesses, following criticism from legal experts that it could be ripe for court …

Goldberg cloudy on timetables for new marijuana law » Lowell Sun Treasurer Deborah Goldberg, set to play a key role in the rollout of a legal marijuana industry in Massachusetts, said Tuesday she has "no idea" whether legal pot shops will be open by next July, as e…

Medical marijuana access on Cape and Islands remains limited » Cape Cod Times Nearly five years after voters made marijuana legal for medical purposes, the Cape and Islands are still without a single dispensary, which has forced many patients to turn to the black market or lega…

Milford pot advocates say issue is taboo » Milford Daily News On the grass of Draper Park Tuesday evening, Lynn stood among a group passing a marijuana joint around, taking turns to take hits. She uses the drug primarily to cope with Crohn's disease, she said.…

Compromise pot bill could land on Baker's desk this week » Boston Herald House leaders today defended the rewrite of the state's marijuana legalization law as "practical" as lawmakers were poised to swiftly pass it, putting it on track to land on Gov. Charlie Baker's desk …

Legislators send pot overhaul to governor » Boston Globe

Opinion

HICKEY: Time to bring clarity, (high) definition to access channels » The Foxboro Reporter Foxboro Cable Access is a not-for-profit organization funded through cable subscriber fees. Here in Foxboro, this means Verizon and Comcast cable customers underwrite the PEG channels, which stand for…

Letter: State should keep silencer ban » The Salem News At a recent hearing before the Massachusetts Legislature's Joint Committee on the Judiciary I listened to testimony from panels comprised of clergy, physicians and law enforcement officers who oppose …

Editorial: Bill aimed to curb distracted driving is worth careful review » The Recorder Both hands on the wheel, with attention fully on the driving is a good idea. Distracted driving? Dangerous idea.…

Pay raise shows Legislature's disregard for the people » Sentinel & Enterprise Leominster residents may have noticed a flier in their door recently regarding your state representative, Natalie Higgins, D-Leominster. The flier focuses on her support of a bill that was passed earl…

EDITORIAL: As GOP stumbles, Dems still trying to find footing » Lowell Sun You'd think the Democratic Party would be in an upbeat mood as it watches Republican President Donald Trump and his GOP-controlled Congress stumble in their attempts to repeal and replace Obamacare.…

Will Betsy DeVos fix Obama's toxic campus sexual assault policy? » Boston Globe The much-maligned Betsy DeVos has a chance to fix one of Barack Obama's biggest missteps — his administration's encouragement of on-campus kangaroo courts to review sexual-assault allegations a…

Letter: In defense of local representative » Gloucester Times I was surprised and disappointed to receive a flyer in the mail this week attacking my state representative, Ann-Margaret Ferrante. The source of the flyer, Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance, is a secreti…

Shabby process led to rail study's demise (Editorial) » The Republican

King Robert (DeLeo) takes stock » Boston Globe

Politics

Maura Healey backs City Council candidate » Boston Globe All politics are local, the saying goes, and Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey took a break from mounting legal challenges to President Trump's administration Wednesday to endorse Michael Ke…

Would-be governor inspires democrats » The Sun Chronicle Newton Mayor Setti Warren took a fearless approach to his bid for statewide office during a visit to Foxboro Monday night — suggesting that tax increases must be part of any responsible budget …

In mayoral race interview, Jackson dings Walsh for furthering city's inequality » Boston Globe In one of the first major appearances of the mayoral race, Boston City Councilor Tito Jackson vowed to “uplift” city residents who have been plagued by economic inequality and, he said, le…

How much have Massachusetts' congressional lawmakers raised for their campaigns in 2017? » The Republican The Federal Election Commission released data this month detailing how much congressional lawmakers have raised and spent on their campaigns during the fundraising period that spans from April to the …

Demoted in House shake-up, Holmes says it's punishment » Dorchester Reporter Rep. Russell Holmes isn't buying Speaker Robert DeLeo's claims that his ouster on Monday from a vice chairmanship was totally unrelated to Holmes's critical comments about the future leadership of the…

He Knows 'The Face Of Poverty': Constituents Celebrate Boston Rep. Sánchez's Promotion » WBUR

Special election scheduled for Haverhill Rep. Dempsey's seat » Eagle Tribune

Public Health

New state EpiPen program could cut costs of lifesaving drug for schools and first responders » The Republican It may soon be cheaper for municipalities and school districts to stock up on EpiPens, the life-saving allergy treatments whose prices have increased 600 percent in recent years.…

Public Safety

Gov. Charlie Baker lets Braintree chief keep job while he's collecting $116,000 pension » Boston Herald Gov. Charlie Baker has signed off on a controversial bill that allows Braintree's interim police chief to work full-time and still collect a $116,000 annual pension, a move a top police union official…

“Medical amnesty” law would protect teens seeking treatment for alcohol poisoning » WWLP 22 News Young people in Massachusetts could avoid prosecution for underage drinking if they seek medical help from themselves or a friend with alcohol poisoning. Drinking alcohol under the age of 21 is curren…

Study finds Worcester is most dangerous city in Mass. for pedestrians » Worcester Telegram There are two lanes going downhill, one going up, and pedestrians gingerly venture into the crosswalk to cross Belmont Street to UMass Memorial Medical Center's Memorial Campus.…

Massachusetts police chief will be allowed to work full-time and collect $116,000 pension at the same time » The Republican

State Finance

Local programs will lose out if Baker budget vetoes are upheld in Legislature » Dorchester Reporter A number of local initiatives were cut on Monday as GOP Gov. Charlie Baker vetoed a $320 million swath of the Democrat-controlled Legislature's $40.2 billion budget, before signing a $39.4 billion pac…

Political Notes: Cyr vows to override Baker budget vetoes » Cape Cod Times A battle is brewing between Gov. Charlie Baker and Cape & Islands District state Sen. Julian Cyr, D-Truro. Baker signed a $39.4 billion fiscal 2018 state budget Monday, but not before vetoing $320 mil…

State Government

Lawmakers to get anti-boycott bill » The Jewish Advocate

Gov. Charlie Baker promotes Danvers resident Kristen Lepore to chief of staff role » Wicked Local Danvers Gov. Charlie Baker has named Danvers resident Kristen Lepore as his chief of staff. …

We Stand Together Against Discrimination » Jewish Community Relations Council

Gov. Charlie Baker calls John McCain 'war hero' and 'one tough guy' following brain cancer diagnosis » The Republican

Salisbury visitors' center rallies to stay open » Boston Globe

Taxation

DeLeo: Sales tax holiday depends on state's finances » State House News Service House Speaker Robert DeLeo offered no assurances Wednesday to retailers worried that the state's soft revenue picture might be used as a reason not to hold a two-day sales tax holiday in August…

Massachusetts Senate 'working on a little property tax bill,' President Stan Rosenberg says » MassLive While discussing the Massachusetts Senate's priorities during an interview on Boston Herald Radio on Wednesday, Senate President Stanley Rosenberg, D-Amherst, let slip that, "We're working on a little…

Transportation

PVTA Board Approves Service Cuts To Close Budget Gap » WAMC Inadequate state funding is being blamed for service cuts that will affect thousands of bus riders in the largest regional transit authority in western Massachusetts. …

State to consider adding exit on Massachusetts Turnpike » The Republican State transportation officials will consider the feasibility and cost of adding a new exit along the Massachusetts Turnpike. …

MassDOT Highlights Canal Street Reconstruction Project » Salem Patch As part of the Baker-Polito administration's tour of MassDOT Highway Districts, Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito and MassDOT officials came to Salem on Tuesday.…

Baker in Tewksbury to boost road work » Lowell Sun Data released by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation shows that the intersection of Salem Road and South Street in Tewksbury had 54 vehicle crashes from 2012 to 2014, ranking the troubled c…

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. …

Gov. Baker visits Braintree bridge construction site » Wicked Local

Utilities

Eversource rate case poses woes for solar projects » Milford Daily News Eversource's application to the state for a significant revision of its electric rates has local leaders worried that solar projects in their communities designed to provide cleaner, cheaper energy ma…

Yesterday's Late-Breaking News

Healey promoting summer jobs program in Springfield » WWLP 22

Legislature moves forward on marijuana law overhaul » Boston Globe

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

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

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

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

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

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

GOP repeal foes face blowback » Politico

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

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

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

Huntington sets plan for Chapter 90 road funds » WWLP 22

State fiscal group's mailer targets Ferrante » Gloucester Times

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

Sex abuse bill targets Mass. school employees » Worcester Telegram

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

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

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

UPDATE: Swampscott man confirmed to SJC » The Salem News

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Press Releases

What's on State Ballots This November » National Federation of Independent Business

Senator Ross Announces Legislative Passage of FY18 Supplemental Budget » Sen. Richard Ross

NATURAL GAS AND INDUSTRY INNOVATION CONTINUES TO HELP DRIVE US GHG EMISSIONS REDUCTIONS » Mass. Petroleum Council

SMART, SCIENCE-BASED STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS CONTINUE TO PROTECT PUBLIC HEALTH AND REDUCE EMISSIONS » Mass. Petroleum Council

Massachusetts Small Business Scorecard: October 2018 » National Federation of Independent Business

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

Governor Baker Nominates Bristol County Assistant District Attorney Shelby M. Smith to the District Court » Office of Governor Charlie Baker

Baker-Polito Administration, MEMA, Local Officials and Columbia Gas Remind Impacted Customers of Available Housing Options and Provide Home Safety Tips » Office of Governor Charlie Baker

AIM Offers Downloadable Employer Guide to State Ballot Questions » Associated Industries of Massachusetts

Massachusetts Association of Realtors Recognizes Realtor Tanisha Salmon for her Community Service Efforts » Mass. Association of Realtors

Mattapoisset Broker Named 2018 Massachusetts Realtor of the Year » Mass. Association of Realtors

Cambridge Broker Receives Massachusetts Realtor Distinguished Service Award » Mass. Association of Realtors

Baker-Polito Administration Announces Improvement Project at Flynn Memorial Rink » Mass. Department of Conservation & Recreation

Federal Judge Denies Motion from For-profit School Industry to Delay Critical Protections for Student Loan Borrowers » Office of Attorney General Maura Healey

AG Healey Sues Starion Energy Over Deceptive Sales Tactics, Overcharging Residents by $30 Million » Office of Attorney General Maura Healey

AG Healey Joins Multistate Effort to Stop Illegal Robocalls » Office of Attorney General Maura Healey

Baker-Polito Administration Awards $3 Million in Community Compact IT Grants to 44 Cities and Towns » Executive Office of Administration & Finance

Treasurer Goldberg Announces SeedMA Baby » Office of Treasurer Deb Goldberg

Legislature passes FY18 close-out bill with $40M for local roads » Mass. Municipal Association

Franklin Line Weekend Shuttles during Two Weekends for East Street Bridge Rehabilitation Work » MBTA

Weekend Daytime Closures of Chelsea Street Drawbridge for Standard Maintenance » MBTA


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