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Today on Beacon Hill

9:00am State Ethics Commission Meeting, One Ashburton Place, 6th Floor, Boston

9:00am Mass. Town Clerks Association Fall Conference, Sheraton Hotel, One Monarch Place, Springfield

11:00am House Session, Informal Session

11:00am Senate Session, Informal Session

2:00pm Senate Committee on Bonding Capital Expenditure and State Assets, Oversight Hearing

5:30pm Fundraiser for Lowell City Councilor Dan Rourke

5:30pm Congressman Jim McGovern's Annual Fundraiser

6:00pm Fundraiser for Haverhill City Council Candidate Fred Simmons

6:00pm Campaign Kickoff for Haverhill City Council Candidate Hartell Johnson

6:30pm Fundraiser for Brockton School Committee Candidate Mark D'Agostino

Must-Reads

The unlikely group who brought Obamacare repeal back to life » Politico Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum and Bill Cassidy crafted the bill, while Lindsey Graham played the role of salesman. …

Tax Cuts for the Rich by Another Name » The New York Times Republicans on the Senate Budget Committee violated their supposedly sacrosanct principles of fiscal hawkishness this week, by saying that it would be just fine with them to add $1.5 trillion to the d…

Focusing on DeLeo, Franklin activist hopes to stir Dems, reformers » State House News Service A grassroots campaign organizing in communities southwest of Boston hopes to draw attention to what its founder calls a "third-rail" issue: the level of influence House Speaker Robert DeLeo holds over…

Baker on fence as $15 minimum wage debate heats up » State House News Service Activists are threatening to go directly to the voters absent legislative action to raise the state's minimum wage and employers argue that the increase would spell their demise. Gov. Charlie Baker is…

SJC changes the rules for felony murder for first time since Civil War » Boston Globe The state's highest court on Wednesday narrowed the scope of the state's longtime felony murder law, ruling that defendants in fatal crimes can no longer be convicted of first-degree murder unless it …

ACLU asks for dismissal of all drug cases affected by Sonja Farak misconduct » The Republican The American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts is asking the state's highest court to dismiss all cases tainted by the misconduct of former state drug lab chemist Sonja Farak.…

L'Italien defends living outside district she wants to represent » Eagle Tribune State Sen. Barbara L'Italien has deep roots in Andover and has represented the town and several other Merrimack Valley communities on Beacon Hill for more than a decade. …

Framingham: Stefanini leads fundraising in mayor's race » The Metro West Daily News John Stefanini has raised more money for his mayoral campaign than the six other candidates have raised combined. A majority of his donations were from people living outside of Framingham.…

School official hit over donations to charter school advocacy group » Boston Globe When Paul Sagan, chairman of the state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education, faced calls for his resignation last September after it was revealed that he had donated $100,000 to a ballot campai…

"Trying to bait a dictator who has nuclear weapons is not a way to advance diplomacy and not a way to make us any safer," Warren said. "The idea that Donald Trump would see how agitated he could get Kim Jong Un just makes no sense."

Senator Elizabeth Warren

Speaking about President Donald Trump's approach with North Korea.

News By Category
Beltway Politics

Baiting an unstable dictator 'just makes no sense,' Sen. Elizabeth Warren tells President Donald Trump » The Republican A day after President Donald Trump called North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un "Rocket Man" at the United Nations, U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren said the president is not making the United States safer.…

Sen. Elizabeth Warren slams Republicans for ACA repeal effort » The Republican U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., said Wednesday that she is worried Republicans will have enough votes in the U.S. Senate to repeal the Affordable Care Act.…

Sen. Warren worried about possible Senate shift on health care » Herald News With an Obamacare repeal bill on its way to the Senate floor in Washington, U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Wednesday called the Graham-Cassidy bill a “staggeringly irresponsible” measure wi…

McGovern lays out hypothetical Dem agenda for 2019 » State House News Service

Business

Why too few women in life sciences is bad for business » Boston Globe Everyone knows a gender gap exists in the life sciences, but why? The Massachusetts Biotechnology Council dared to find out and on Thursday is set to release a 142-page report that is being billed as …

Domes to dot City Hall Plaza for innovation-themed festival » Boston Globe It was a futurist from another era, R. Buckminster Fuller…

Banning sex-slave ads shouldn't trigger a fight » Boston Globe For a trio of Massachusetts women, it seemed like a matter of simple justice. The three were forced into the sex trade when they were minors, their traffickers advertising the girls on a popular Inter…

From Mill City to Innovation Hub: Relocating a Global Headquarters Outside Boston » Urbanland The former mill city of Lowell, Massachusetts, received a major boost in ongoing efforts to transform into a center of innovation when Kronos—a homegrown Massachusetts workforce management soft…

Prudential Center shows security robot the door » Boston Globe It looks like at least one robot won't be taking a human's job — for now, anyways.…

GE, Boston Foundation to offer support for city's Amazon HQ2 bid » Boston Business Journal Amazon's request for proposals said the company would “encourage testimonials from other large companies” regarding “a stable and consistent business climate” when considering …

Professor: Carlos Rafael's actions did little to affect the 'big picture' » South Coast Today By Michael Bonner mbonner@s-t.com Posted Sep 20, 2017 at 7:58 PM Updated Sep 20, 2017 at 7:58 PM NEW BEDFORD — A study by an SMAST professor shows that claims alleging Carlos Rafael's actio…

Amazon coalition forms » Boston Herald An informal coalition including General Electric, a co-owner of the Boston Celtics and an under-the-radar group of powerful local executives is taking shape in the hopes of convincing Amazon to build …

Lewis Appointed to Task Force on Strengthening Local Retail » Framingham Patch Massachusetts Senate President Stan Rosenberg and Senate Minority Leader Bruce Tarr announced the appointments of Senators and retailers to the Senate Task Force on Strengthening Massachusetts Local R…

Massachusetts blasts SII over nontraded REIT sales » Investment News Massachusetts regulators have charged SII Investments with "dishonest or unethical conduct and failure to supervise" sales of non-traded real estate investment trusts (REITs) to investors by inflating…

UMass Lowell pioneering smart fabric research » Boston Herald

Ballot boxing: How businesses are gearing up for 2018 ballot clashes » Boston Business Journal

State honors Cherri Sanes of ExtraSpecialTeas as 'unsung heroine' » the Berkshire edge

Civil Rights

Mayor Walsh announces plan to build Martin Luther King Jr. memorial » Boston Herald City officials are planning to help create a memorial to Martin Luther King, Jr. that will cost upwards of $5 million and could be located on the Boston Common, Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced today.…

Crimes

North Attleboro man guilty of natural gas theft and meter tampering in Attleboro, elsewhere » The Sun Chronicle A local man, the former owner of a half-dozen laundromats, was found guilty Wednesday of stealing about $200,000 from gas companies by tampering with the meters at his establishments.…

Education

Lawmaker wants new measure of school success » Boston Herald Some lawmakers are pushing to change how the state ranks and holds schools accountable for student performance, arguing that the current system harms poor communities with large numbers of English lan…

Changing the way we teach kids about sex » Wicked Local Somerville “I think that people have to see that the world is not coming to an end if (sexual education) is being taught in our schools.” -- State Sen. Sal DiDomenico. …

School official hit over donations to charter school advocacy group » Boston Globe

The Education Beat: A great opportunity for kindergartners » Worcester Mag

Environment

Park plan envisions fun — and flood control — along Fort Point » Boston Globe Boston officials and one of the state's biggest conservation groups are launching a bid to create a string of parks along Fort Point Channel that would rejuvenate the old industrial canal and —…

Massachusetts awards $1.8 million in recreational trail grants to 49 communities » The Republican Gov. Charlie Baker's administration on Tuesday announced the awarding of $1.8 million in grants to 49 communities for recreational trail projects.…

Turkeys are 'strategizing' in Cambridge and officials want to do something about it » Boston Globe During a Cambridge City Council meeting this week, elected officials discussed a problem that has become all-too-familiar for municipalities in Greater Boston: the abundance of feathered creatures tha…

You Can Explore Boston Sea Level Rise And Flooding Scenarios With This City Map » WBUR Want to see which parts of Boston have the hottest surface temperatures, or which areas will likely be subject to flood risk by, say, the 2070s?…

Fading marsh islands cause concern in Westport River » South Coast Today

Gaming

DraftKings Still Owes Massachusetts $2.75 Million, Consultants Say » NESN It turns out the state of Massachusetts is in for an even bigger payday after settling with daily fantasy sports websites DraftKings and FanDuel over allegations of unfair and deceptive business pract…

Tension between Lottery and retailers over idea of migrating to the internet » MassLive The Lottery says it could stop being successful unless the bill becomes law, while retailers say their future success hinges on the bill not becoming law. …

Health Care

Death with Dignity group planning talks in October » The Recorder When a nonbinding question appeared on the 2012 Massachusetts ballot that would have favored allowing physician-assisted suicide to terminally ill residents, it was rejected by 48 percent of the state…

Obamacare revamp's cuts slash billions to Bay State » Boston Herald Bay State lawmakers are fuming that Massachusetts stands to be one of biggest losers of federal health care funds under a plan to revamp Obamacare offered by U.S. Sens. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and Bil…

Mass. Gov. Baker Opposes Graham-Cassidy Health Care Bill » NPR David Greene talks to GOP Gov. Charlie Baker of Massachusetts, who signed a letter urging Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to table the Graham-Cassidy bill, which attempts to repeal Obamacare.…

Human Services

Massachusetts gave out benefits to veterans after they died, state audit says » The Republican Massachusetts handed out benefits to veterans after they died, a report from state Auditor Suzanne Bump says.…

Mass. Foster Parents Band Together for Bill of Rights, Say DCF Must 'Stop Playing God' » The Huffington Post For Quira Dang, the last straw that caused her to quit the foster-care system was the loss of the 14-month-old foster son she had hoped to adopt. A Department of Children and Families caseworker faile…

Associates for Human Services in Taunton adds early intervention wing » Taunton Daily Gazette TAUNTON — Associates for Human Services, Inc. held a ribbon-cutting ceremony last week to celebrate the construction of a new 7,200 square foot addition to its center on Allison Avenue.…

Venture opens Uxbridge disability services location » Worcester Business Journal Sturbridge human services nonprofit Venture Community Services has opened a location in Uxbridge, the agency's first facility in the Blackstone Valley.…

Freebies, discounts on Veterans Day, 'but rest of time people don't even know we're here,' veterans official tells West Side pols » The Republican

Immigration

Rosenberg: Immigrant protections needed beyond Lunn case » State House News Service

Judiciary

Mass. High Court Is Asked To Dismiss Cases Tied To Ex-State Drug Lab Chemist » WBUR Several legal groups have filed a petition asking the highest court in Massachusetts to dismiss every case connected to a former state drug lab chemist who authorities say was high almost every day sh…

Two tapped for Superior Court judgeships » Mass Lawyers Weekly Gov. Charlie Baker on Sept. 20 nominated attorneys Elaine M. Buckley and Debra A. Squires-Lee for judgeships on the Superior Court.…

Labor

Amazon could find those 50,000 jobs hard to fill in Boston area » Boston Globe For years, Massachusetts tech executives have been complaining about how hard it is to fill job openings — that whether they're looking for a few or 50, there just aren't enough qualified candi…

$15 minimum wage? Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker says he wants to hear more before weighing in » The Republican A $15 minimum wage was a hot topic at the Massachusetts State House this week, as supporters and opponents packed a legislative hearing room to press their respective cases.…

Northeastern Dining Workers Say They're Ready to Strike » Boston Magazine Food service workers at Northeastern want better wages and more affordable health care. And now they say they're prepared to go on strike.…

Friedman fighting for $15 minimum wage bill » The Lowell Sun Increasing the state's minimum wage to $15 per hour would give more than a million people across Massachusetts -- a third of all workers -- a pay increase, state Sen. Cindy Friedman told a legislative…

Baker on fence as $15 minimum wage debate heats up » State House News Service

Legislative

Timing's not right for a time-zone change, says Massachusetts report » Portland Press Herrald Massachusetts could benefit by shifting from the Eastern to the Atlantic Time Zone, but only if other New England states follow suit, according to a draft report issued Wednesday by a special study co…

Commission: Change to Atlantic Time Zone will bring state economic, health benefits » The Lowell Sun Shifting all of Massachusetts to follow the Atlantic Time Zone year-round could result in a better economy, less crime and a healthier workforce, according to a draft report released Wednesday.…

Franklin activist questions DeLeo's influence » Wicked Local Franklin A grassroots campaign organizing in communities southwest of Boston hopes to draw attention to what its founder calls a “third-rail” issue: the level of influence House Speaker Robert DeLe…

Local Government

First the Greenway, now the waterway » Commonwealth Magazine

Brockton election chief 'depressed' by low voter turnout » The Enterprise Precinct 7A was the worst in Brockton on Tuesday in terms of voter turnout, with just 5.34 percent of registered voters taking part in the preliminary. That's just 83 ballots cast.…

City certifies enough signatures to place non-binding Lowell High question on ballot » The Lowell Sun The issue of whether to renovate Lowell High School will go before city voters as a ballot referendum in the November election.…

Kelley Square project moves ahead after 10-1 vote for multi-year tax exemption plan » Worcester Telegram he final piece to the financing puzzle for a $21.3 million mixed-use development at Kelley Square has finally fallen into place.…

Family to sue Marty Walsh, city » Boston Herald The family of the 7-year-old boy who drowned while attending a city-run summer camp is suing Mayor Martin J. Walsh, the city of Boston and camp supervisors for negligence, alleging their failure to wa…

Round Hill Historic Site dedicated in Saugus » Wicked Local Saugus The Round Hill Historic Site was officially dedicated in a ceremony filled with Native American influences to honor the town's Native American history.…

Marijuana

Woburn Officials Split On Recreational Marijuana Sales » Framingham Patch The Woburn Planning Commission endorsed a City Council proposal to ban the sale of recreational marijuana in the city with a 3-2 vote last week. …

Easthampton marijuana dispensary to hire 50-60 workers and operate 17 hours a day » The Republican Hampden Care Facility plans to hold a job fair, hire 50-60 workers and open its medical marijuana dispensary at the Keystone Mill by the end of the year.…

Hopedale selectmen talk options for marijuana referendum » Wicked Local Hopedale HOPEDALE - Though selectmen still have time ahead of a planned vote on whether Hopedale should ban recreational marijuana businesses, they have begun discussing what prohibitions the town could consid…

Opinion

Trump pushes US closer to war » Boston Globe Donald Trump's speech to the United Nations on Tuesday moved the world closer to war. …

DACA and the constitutional question » Martha's Vineyard Times By now, most Americans know that the Trump administration has canceled the program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), arguing that the Obama-era program is an unconstitutional ove…

Tito Jackson's 'plausible' challenge of Marty Walsh deserves a hearing » Boston Globe In Boston, tilting at windmills means doing what Tito Jackson is doing: making a quixotic run to unseat Mayor Martin J. Walsh. …

What the challengers would say to Mayor Walsh if they had a debate » Boston Globe This is truly lame. The people who have pulled papers and qualified for the ballot deserve a chance to have their voices heard.…

Our view: Don't wait for someone else to protect your data » The Salem News Our credit scores determine whether we will be allowed to buy a car, a home or even that new, more expensive iPhone. Landlords run credit checks before deciding to rent an apartment. …

OUR OPINION: New Fore River Bridge is a project to be proud of » Patriot Ledger This never happens. A road project years in the making comes in more or less on time and on budget? Right.…

Viewpoint: Proposed legislation would give hackers keys to the kingdom » Boston Business Journal Cyberattacks are a persistent threat to our tech-driven economy and personal lives. To confront them, we must focus on policies that bolster our nation's cyber defenses.…

Boston Globe still not forthcoming about its printing woes » Boston Business Journal After calls from readers and members of the media for The Boston Globe to explain what's going wrong at its new Taunton printing facility — problems that have caused frequent skipped or late de…

Looking for new leadership on state issues » The Lowell Sun Although I am a Republican, I have respected the Lowell Democrats representing me in the State Senate. I think of the late Dan Leahy. While I certainly had many differences with the senator, I remembe…

Why Massachusetts Shouldn't Play 'Let's Make A Deal' With Amazon » WBUR

Politics

Westfield Democrats to honor Secretary William Galvin at annual Harvest Breakfast » The Republican The Westfield Democratic City Committee will honor Secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin at its annual Harvest Breakfast on Sunday, Sept. 24.…

Clown candidate mum on moves, motives behind run » Boston Herald The clown running for City Council does not want to talk about why he changed his name earlier this year or why he's loaned $1 million to his campaign — and criticized the Herald's coverage of …

Parties to drag out the heavy hitters for Attleboro-area state Senate special election » The Sun Chronicle Republicans and Democrats plan to bring out their big party guns to campaign in a local special election for state Senate.…

These City Council candidates have more campaign cash than Tito Jackson » Boston Globe In the days leading up to Tuesday's preliminary election, it has become obvious that no one will be able to catch up to the fund-raising prowess of Mayor Martin J. Walsh, who still has millions of dol…

Walsh, Jackson focus on mobilizing supporters » Bay State Banner At 11 a.m. last Saturday, Mayor Martin Walsh and District 7 City Councilor Tito Jackson crossed paths at the ribbon-cutting for the newly renovated Freedom House.…

Attleboro mayor finishes 2nd in prelim. election; Senate candidates picked » WPRI Longtime Attleboro Mayor Kevin Dumas placed second to state Rep. Paul Heroux in a preliminary election for mayor on Tuesday, the same day voters there chose candidates to run for James Timilty's old S…

Democratic State Representative Candidates Debate Monday in Live Forum » WHAV The Democratic candidates for state representative are expected to participate in a live debate next Monday night. …

Feeney, Ventura on ballot in Oct. special election » The Sun Chronicle Former selectman Paul Feeney won a Democratic special primary election for state Senate on Tuesday and will now face Republican Jacob Ventura and independent Joe Shortsleeve on Oct. 17. …

Walsh, Jackson focus on mobilizing supporters » Bay State Banner At 11 a.m. last Saturday, Mayor Martin Walsh and District 7 City Councilor Tito Jackson crossed paths at the ribbon-cutting for the newly renovated Freedom House. …

Ventura takes GOP Senate nomination, Feeney sweeps Democratic race » The Sun Chronicle Voters will be offered a clear choice between an unabashed Democratic fan of Bernie Sanders and an outspoken conservative Republican in an Oct. 17 special election to fill the seat vacated by former s…

Healey: Constitution tool for the people » The Recorder Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey gave a speech at Smith College Monday night, where she weighed in on the power of the U.S. Constitution as a tool for social justice, and took more than a f…

Democratic Governor's debate questions Gov. Baker » The Reminder

L'Italien, seeking run in 3rd District, lives in 6th District » Lowell Sun

Sousa: Framingham's first mayor 'needs to understand its people' » The Metro West Daily News

Public Health

A proposed state law designed to protect poorer communities from an "over saturation" of addiction centers and sober houses is slated for a public hearing Friday at Springfield City Hall. » The Republican A proposed state law designed to protect poorer communities from an "over saturation" of addiction centers and sober houses is slated for a public hearing Friday at Springfield City Hall.…

Billions Of Dollars Lost To The Opioid Epidemic In Mass. » WBUR There are many ways to measure the devastating impact of opioid addiction in Massachusetts: rising numbers of babies born addicted to heroin, more emergency room visits and hospital stays, parks litte…

Cape Cod divided on possible injection sites » Wicked Local Dennis The possibility of a pilot project for so-called “medically supervised injection facilities” is under preliminary discussion by the Commonwealth, with the Cape a possible site. And the ide…

Baker crafting second bill to address opioid crisis » The Salem News About two years after working with the Legislature to pass an opioid bill that has become a model for other states, Gov. Charlie Baker's administration is preparing to file new legislation this fall t…

Public Safety

US Attorney General Jeff Sessions in Boston on Thursday to talk transnational criminal organizations » The Republican US Attorney General Jeff Sessions is set to appear in Boston for a Thursday afternoon talk to federal law enforcement officials about transnational criminal organizations.…

Gov. Charlie Baker's administration defends Massachusetts Environmental Police after questions arise over agency's promotions » The Republican Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker's environmental secretariat is again answering questions about hiring practices.…

State Government

Massachusetts Cultural Council blasts Berkshire Museum over decision to sell art » Boston Globe The Massachusetts Cultural Council has added its name to the growing list of those opposed to the Berkshire Museum's plan to sell 40 artworks from its collection to help bolster its endowment and fund…

A fallback position for Massachusetts » Boston Globe It started as a lark, this idea of extending daylight saving time all year for the state. There was some science, too. Get rid of the sleep disruption from that lost hour every March, the thinking goe…

Taxation

Retailers plan to press forward with 5 percent sales tax question » The Lowell Sun

Tax collections show growth over first half of September » State House News Service

Transportation

Officials react to Middleboro train station plan » South Coast Today Although the Lakeville train station may no longer be part of a proposed route from the SouthCoast to Boston, it would not actually close, transportation officials sought to reassure the community on …

Walsh has his own Fairmount pilot plan; it, too, focuses on frequency » Dorchester Reporter The Walsh administration is proposing a pilot program for the Fairmount Line that would increase the frequency of trains, effectively a scaled-back version of the proposal state Rep. Evandro Carvalho …

Boston Transportation Advocates Aren't So Sure About Their Mayor » CityLab Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is poised to cruise to a second term this year, but an expected electoral landslide doesn't mean everyone is happy. Transportation advocates in “America's Walking Cityâ…

NYC/Berkshire Passenger Rail Working Group will hold 1st meeting Thursday » Berkshire Eagle Work to make passenger rail service between New York City and Berkshire County a reality will begin a new chapter Thursday when state and federal officials convene for a "kickoff" meeting.…

Hearing planned on T bus repair privatization » Newburyport News Sen. Kathleen O'Connor Ives, chair of the Senate Committee on Post Audit and Oversight, said Monday the committee will hold a hearing on the potential privatization of three Massachusetts Bay Transpor…

Yesterday's Late-Breaking News

Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court rules on whether field sobriety tests can be used in marijuana drugged driving cases » The Republican

Bill aims for equity in access to solar » Bay State Banner

Mayor's Walsh's 2017 speech to the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce » City of Boston

Lawyers ask SJC to toss mountain of cases tied to disgraced chemist » Boston Herald

Senator Lesser holds 2nd town hall meeting in Ludlow » WWLP 22 News

Lawmakers Talk With Charter Spectrum To Bring WWLP-22 Back To Western Mass. » WAMC

Sen. Elizabeth Warren slams Republicans for ACA repeal effort » MassLIve

Asked about Bridgeport casino proposal, Gov. Charlie Baker says he still feels good about MGM Springfield project » MassLIve

Gov. Baker crafting opioid legislation » South Coast Today

Protestors gather at State House to decry budget cuts » The Daily Free Press

Worcester County Sheriff Lew Evangelidis elected as new Massport board chair » MassLIve

Warren worried about vote shift as U.S. Senate tees up health care bill » State House News Service

Peter Picknelly plans Springfield fundraiser for Gov. Charlie Baker » MassLIve

Dem-controlled panel embraces tax credits to boost Mass. housing » State House News Service

Gov. Charlie Baker names 2 new UMass trustees; Springfield resident Edward Collins' term expires » MassLIve

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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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