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10:00am Children's Vision Advocacy Day, Grand Staircase & Great Hall, State House

3:00pm APWU Local 100 Day of Action, Corner of Summer Street & Dorchester Avenue, Boston

5:30pm LGBTQ for Marty Walsh Fundraiser

5:30pm Charlestown Reception for Boston City Council Candidate Lydia Edwards

6:00pm Worcester Councilor at-Large Candidate Forum, Worcester Youth Center, 326 Chandler Street, Worcester

7:00pm Greater Lowell League of Women Voters Board Meeting, Dracut Police Department, 110 Loon Hill Road, Dracut

7:00pm Charlestown District 1 Candidates Debate, MGH Institute of Health Professions, 36 First Avenue, Boston

7:30pm 3rd Congressional District Candidate Forum, Sargent Memorial Library, 427 Massachusetts Avenue, Boxborough

10:30pm House Committee on Bonding Capital Expenditure and State Assets, Public Hearing

Birthdays: Rep. William Galvin

Must-Reads

Facebook and Google Helped Anti-Refugee Campaign in Swing States » Bloomberg Politics The big tech companies worked closely with Secure America Now to target an audience the group felt could be swayed by the message. …

Rhode Island lawmaker: Higher-up told me sexual favors would help bills progress » Boston.com PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — A Rhode Island lawmaker says a higher-ranking legislator told her sexual favors would allow her bills to go further. …

2 Senators Strike Deal on Health Subsidies That Trump Cut Off » New York Times A plan by Senators Lamar Alexander of Tennessee and Patty Murray of Washington to fund health subsidies for low-income consumers won President Trump's backing. …

Exclusive: Putin's 'chef,' the man behind the troll factory » CNN (CNN)Yevgeny Prigozhin is a Russian oligarch dubbed "chef" to President Vladimir Putin by the Russian press. In 2002, he served caviar and truffles to President George W. Bush during a summit in St. P…

L'Italien wants Koh to return $ from HBS pal Kushner » State House News Service Sen. Barbara L'Italien, who is exploring a run for Congress in 2018, called on Democrat Dan Koh on Tuesday to return a $2,700 donation from New York venture capitalist Joshua Kushner because of the in…

Foxborough's Feeney wins Senate special election » State House News Service Democrats on Tuesday night were celebrating Paul Feeney's win in a special Senate election that will keep a Bristol and Norfolk county seat in the control of the majority party.…

Kerrigan plans to join crowded Third Congressional District race » State House News Service The Democratic primary for an open Congressional seat in the Third District will get a new entrant on Wednesday when Steve Kerrigan, a former Ted Kennedy and Barack Obama aide, plans to announce his c…

Senate health care deal in doubt as Trump says he's opposed » AP News A bipartisan Senate deal to curb the growth of health insurance premiums is reeling after President Donald Trump reversed course and opposed the agreement and top congressional Republicans and conserv…

Unions irked by Baker's position in unsettled contract talks » State House News Service Animosity has begun to brew between Gov. Charlie Baker's administration and public employee unions negotiating new contracts with the state who believe the governor's team has been low-balling the wor…

“The residents of our congressional district deserve someone representing them in congress who will be in a position to stand up to the Trump administration,” said L’Italien in a statement. “In what appears to be an attempt to buy this seat, Dan Koh has compromised his position and has shown he is willing to accept donations regardless of the source.”

Senator Barbara L’Italien

Speaking about the donation gift to democratic congressional candidate Daniel A. Koh from Jared Kushner.

News By Category
Beltway Politics

Koh piles up campaign donations from outside district » Newburyport News

Business

Worcester to offer $500 million in incentives to lure Amazon » Boston Globe The City of Worcester is digging deep to woo an Amazon headquarters, with a proposal to offer up to $500 million in local property tax breaks.…

Amazon will get more than one bid from Mass. Will that hurt or help? » Boston Globe When Amazon asked for proposals from cities and states interested in hosting the online retailer's second headquarters, the invitation included this stipulation: Just one bid per metro area, please.…

Diman gets $500,000 to support emerging technologies » Herald News The world of work is getting smaller, much smaller, Thomas Aubin said.…

Breed discrimination unfairly drives up insurance rates, lawmakers told » Newburyport News State law in Massachusetts bans municipalities from passing breed-based dog ordinances and now lawmakers are hearing a push to ban insurers from refusing to issue a policy, canceling a policy or charg…

Worcester proposes Route 20 sites for Amazon's coveted HQ2 » Worcester Telegram & Gazette The city is proposing nearly 100 acres along Route 20 as the potential site where Amazon should build its second headquarters, dubbed HQ2.…

New tests bring worse scores for Mass. students » Boston Globe Close to three-quarters of Fortune 500 companies have money in offshore tax havens, according to a report released Tuesday by consumer groups. These companies have $2.6 trillion in offshore profits th…

These 7 teams have ideas about how to expand Boston's convention center » Boston Business Journal

Education

Baker tours Marlborough High early college program » The Metro West Daily News High school juniors are getting a head start on their college education through a pathways initiative, a program Gov. Charlie Baker believes more high schools should implement.…

Three Attleboro area schools get training grants » The Sun Chronicle The state this week awarded $9.5 million in grants to 32 high schools, community colleges and educational institutions, including three in the Attleboro area, that will use the funds to purchase equip…

Brain Injury Commission proposes better safety regulations for student athletes » My Fox Boston Recent studies have surfaced highlighting how the damage from concussions can be devastating for athletes of all ages. Brain injuries affect athletes weeks, years and even decades down the road State…

Franklin County Technical School wins grant to upgrade welding and metal fabrication program » Mass Live Students with metal fabrication and welding skills can often land good jobs straight out of high school, said Rick Martin, superintendent of Franklin County Technical School.…

Students' Scores Fall In First Year Of 'MCAS 2.0' » WBUR If your child's MCAS student achievement test scores plunged this year, stay calm. …

Fighting Words — And Billboards: How New England Universities Battle For Students » WBUR Right now, if you drive on Interstate 93 north through Quincy into Milton, Jeff Hecker has a proposition for you. …

Gaming

Watching the games people play » Commonwealth Magazine SECRETED ON THE 12th floor of 101 Federal Street in Boston's Financial District is a windowless command center, manned 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Keycard entry is so restricted and the informa…

Wynn casino rising beside Mystic River » Boston Globe Roughly 20 months before it is scheduled to open, the Wynn Resorts casino on the Mystic River is beginning to round into shape. It no longer takes much imagination to understand the layout, and to app…

Health Care

Senators unveil far-reaching health legislation » State House News Service xpanded licensing for dental therapists, nurse practitioners and optometrists, permission for MassHealth to offer a Medicaid buy-in program, and new limited network insurance products are among the ma…

Senate unveils health care package to save $114M by 2020 » Boston Business Journal Massachusetts state senators unveiled a far-ranging legislative package on Tuesday that seeks to save approximately $114 million by 2020 in the health care system.…

Hospital readmissions, drug costs, telemedicine all addressed in Massachusetts Senate health care costs bill » Mass Live The Massachusetts Senate on Tuesday unveiled a comprehensive bill aimed at lowering the state's high health care costs.…

State senators unwrap sweeping health care reform package » Ledger-Enquirer A wide-ranging proposal unveiled by Massachusetts Senate leaders Tuesday to revamp the state's health care system establishes the now-familiar goals of lowering costs and providing residents with acce…

Massachusetts Senate Bill Targets Health Care Spending » WAMC Massachusetts Senate leaders have proposed a comprehensive health care reform bill that looks to rein in prescription drug prices and hospital costs. The legislation was produced by a group of Senat…

MassBio Teams Up with Powering Precision Health 2017 » Markets Insider The Massachusetts Biotechnology Council (MassBio) is teaming up with Powering Precision Health Summit to improve patient lives by advancing cutting-edge research that will transform today's reactive s…

State dems hope 'buy-in' Medicaid model for U.S. » Boston Herald State Senate Democrats who have filed a new health care cost-control bill that would create a MassHealth “buy-in” program, a target for hospital reimbursement rates and new oversight for p…

Bill to lower health care costs calls for more scrutiny of drug makers » Boston Globe Massachusetts Senate leaders unveiled sweeping health care legislation Tuesday.…

State Senators Unveil Far-Reaching Mass. Health Care Legislation » WBUR New oversight for pharmaceutical companies, the creation of a MassHealth "buy-in" program and a target for hospital reimbursement rates are among the reforms and cost-control efforts contained in a wi…

Opioid prescription check tool being widely utilized by Massachusetts physicians, others » Mass Live A patient information sharing system aimed at cutting down on pharmaceutical opioid distribution is being widely utilized by Massachusetts prescribers, data reported by The Associated Press indicates.…

Baker: Opioid prescription monitoring tools helps drive down scripts by 28% » Worcester Business Journal

Greenfield joins class-action lawsuit against 3 pharmaceutical distributors over opioid crisis » Mass Live

Housing

First refusal bill pitched as way to empower tenants » State House News Service Rep. Denise Provost lives on a leafy street in Somerville, where real estate is booming, and she regularly receives offers in the mail from investors hoping to buy her home.…

First Refusal Bill Pitched As Way To Empower Tenants » WBUR Rep. Denise Provost lives on a leafy street in Somerville, where real estate is booming, and she regularly receives offers in the mail from investors hoping to buy her home.…

Norfolk County register reports real estate slowdown for third quarter » Wicked Local Cohasset Register of Deeds William P. O'Donnell reported Norfolk County real estate activity continued to experience a slowdown during the third quarter 2017.…

Human Services

Marshfield COA recognizes volunteers during annual luncheon » Wicked Local Marshfield In the past year, 294 volunteers put in 39,380 hours of work at the Marshfield Council on Aging.…

Immigration

Students still uneasy, despite travel-ban ruling » Boston Globe Even as a federal judge in Hawaii temporarily blocked the latest Trump administration travel ban, college students from the affected countries said they remained worried.…

Massachusetts AG Healey Sues Trump Administration Again, Seeks Detention and Deportation Records of Illegal Aliens » State House News Service

Judiciary

Students help advance forensic science reform in Massachusetts » Harvard Law Today Over a year ago, a group of students in Harvard Law School's Criminal Justice Policy Program (CJPP) began working to propel forensic science reform in Massachusetts. …

State legislators produce sweeping criminal justice reform bill » Bay State Banner

Western Massachusetts court-connected dispute resolution programs honored » Mass Live

Gov. Charlie Baker nominates Robert Santaniello, Jennifer Tyne to WMass district courts » Mass Live

Labor

Berkshire Medical Center raps nurses union over erroneous news release » Berkshire Eagle

Legislative

Democrat Paul Feeney wins state Senate special election » NBC 10 News Democrat Paul Feeney has won the special election to fill the state Senate seat left vacant by the resignation of former state Sen. James Timilty. Feeney beat Republican Jacob Ventura and independent …

Frustrated House budget chief annoyed by Senate's tactics » State House News Service Ahead of major policy debates over criminal justice and health care reform, tensions between the House and Senate are already threatening to boil over in connection with a seemingly non-controversial …

Local Government

Melrose exchange students visit State House » Wicked Local Melrose State Representative Paul Brodeur welcomed Melrose High School's German exchange students to the State House on Tuesday, Oct. 10. Rep. Brodeur took the students, the exchange's director, and Melrose H…

DiNardo pushes for Route 1 improvements to help Saugus » Wicked Local Saugus Al DiNardo believes the time has come for the state to take a serious look at infrastructure upgrades to Route 1.…

Up to $7 million in grants earmarked for Lynn » Lynn Daily News Item Gov. Charlie Baker will be in town on Wednesday to bring as much as $7.2 million in grants to support infrastructure improvements.…

Open Meeting Law complaint in Concord filed with AG's office » Wicked Local Concord Concord is in the midst of developing a long-range plan to help chart the town's future, but one resident is concerned aspects of developing that plan broke state law.…

Lowell firearms licensing policy under fire at Council meeting » Lowell Sun Lowell's firearms-licensing policy was under fire at Tuesday's City Council meeting when a local gun-right's advocate introduced a petition calling for councilors to send the policy to the state Legis…

Marijuana

'Full-fledged' pot industry won't be running by 2018, commission head says » WCVB The growing state marijuana regulatory agency needs more money before the Legislature breaks for the holidays in four weeks, but doesn't yet know just how much it needs to ask for.…

Marshfield voters reject ban on pot sales in town » Patriot Ledger Voters at a special special town meeting Monday night rejected a proposed zoning amendment that would have banned the sale of recreational marijuana in town.…

Future of retail marijuana in Braintree remains questionable » Wicked Local Braintree State Rep. Mark Cusack was on hand to hear some strong opinions from town councilors about recreational pot, and its future in Braintree, when he presented the context of a new state law regulating th…

Dennis voters again reject recreational pot sales » Cape Cod Times Voters approved a measure at special town meeting Tuesday night to ban recreational marijuana establishments from setting up shop in town.…

Sullivan submits recreational marijuana ban to Braintree council » Patriot Ledger

Opinion

In these perilous times, middle of the road is no way to navigate » Boston Globe The football saga continues, with players, owners, coaches, and fans all scrambling to say and do the so-called right thing. No one performed this balancing act better than Robert Kraft, owner of the …

LETTER: Urging support for birth control coverage » Newburyport News This month, the Trump administration rolled back the birth control coverage mandate made possible by the Affordable Care Act. …

The #MeToo campaign needs to continue beyond the social media firestorm » Boston Globe Maybe it's the Hollywood connection. Or maybe the sheer depravity. Whatever the reason, the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment scandal has resonated like no other.…

Toxic masculinity is killing us » Boston Globe In a scene from the short-lived 1970s TV western “Nichols,” a man named Gulley shoots Hansen, his best friend. For years, the two had squabbled over vague insults and Gulley, hopped up on …

Editorial: Updating wiretap law » Boston Herald For years lawmakers have passed up the opportunity to update the state's 50-year-old wiretap law, thus making it needlessly difficult for prosecutors to gather evidence in cases of gang violence, huma…

Carr: Latest violence by illegal immigrant on judges' hands » Boston Herald Another horrific crime committed in Boston by another poster boy for judicial coddling of violent criminal illegal immigrants.…

GUEST COLUMN: Elect an arts champion to the state Senate » Sentinel & Enterprise Local elected leaders recognize how important opportunities for creative expression are for building strong communities. The National League of Cities, which provides resources, training and support f…

When The Train Breaks Down, Sending Angry Tweets Won't Help - But Voting Will » WBUR Last week, federal data showed that more commuter rail trains broke down on the MBTA last year than any other transit system in the country.…

Silverglate: How Robert Mueller Tried To Entrap Me » WGBH Is special counsel Robert S. Mueller III, appointed in mid-May to lead the investigation into suspected ties between Donald Trump's campaign and various shady (aren't they all?) Russian officials, the…

Gelzinis: Rufus Faulk beat the odds of street kids » Boston Herald

Politics

Toohey Opens State Rep. Campaign HQ; Wins Formal Backing by Baker » WHAV This past Saturday, School Committeeman Shaun P. Toohey, candidate for state representative, opened his campaign headquarters on Essex Street.…

Steven Kerrigan jumps into Dem race for Tsongas' seat » Boston Herald Steven Kerrigan — the former Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor — has announced he is running for Congress in the Merrimack Valley seat left vacant by Niki Tsongas.…

Battenfeld: Geoff Diehl war chest leads GOP pack » Boston Herald Republican U.S. Senate candidate Geoff Diehl raised more than $367,000 from donors in the last fundraising quarter, the most of any GOP candidate in the race, new reports show.…

Bernie Sanders is coming to Somerville on Monday » Boston Globe Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont will visit Once Somerville next Monday to endorse candidates running for local office in Somerville and Cambridge.…

Kerrigan officially joining 3rd Congressional District race » Lowell Sun Steve Kerrigan will announce through an online video and email messages to his supporters Wednesday morning that he has officially joined the 2018 3rd Congressional District race.…

Event to discuss 'fixing U.S. democracy' » Wicked Local Woburn Many people think democracy in the U.S. is broken. An upcoming event will address this issue.…

GOP hopeful for AG touts gun owners' rights » Boston Herald Republican Jay McMahon is running for state attorney general, vowing to protect First and Second Amendment rights against government encroachment. He spoke with Boston Herald Radio host Joe Battenfeld…

Lawmaker calls on Koh to return donation from Jared Kushner's brother » Boston Globe One Democratic state senator who is exploring a run for the state's 3rd congressional district seat is calling on a potential primary opponent to return a political donation from the brother of Jared …

Westford's Ryan running for Congress » Lowell Sun Terence "Terry" Ryan, the chairman of the School Committee, announced on Facebook Monday morning he is running for Congress representing the 3rd Congressional District.…

Positive campaigning powers Feeney to Senate » The Sun Chronicle All through the special election campaign for state Senate, supporters of Democrat Paul Feeney urged him to match the negative campaign that was being thrown against him.…

McGovern breaks down the Democratic Party's future at Amherst College event » Gazette Net When Rep. Jim McGovern, D-Worcester, first ran for election in 1994, he had never held a political office before; he was not a member of a city council, and he had never been in state government eithe…

Governor Baker stumps in Walpole » Hometown Weekly

Public Health

Hearings Focus on Concussions in Mass. Schools » NECN A survey of self-reporting found over 4,400 concussions in Massachusetts students last year. What school your child attends could determine if and how your child will be diagnosed with a concussion. N…

Terminally ill man talks on 'death with dignity' » The Recorder As a retired doctor with terminal cancer, Dr. Roger Kligler is familiar with the moral dilemmas surrounding end-of-life care.…

UMass Medical School shares $7.5M HIV grant » Worcester Telegram & Gazette A California biotechnology company has awarded $7.5 million to researchers at five institutions, including the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester, for work aimed at curing HIV.…

The Opioid Crisis: A local, state and national issue » The Suffolk Journal

Public Safety

Mass. bump stock ban proposals to get hearing at State House » Boston Globe A public hearing on legislation to ban “bump stocks” in Massachusetts will be held Wednesday morning at the State House.…

Some domestic violence victims face added hurdles » South Coast Today From languages and religious stigma to poverty, a lack of transportation or fear of being deported, advocates on Tuesday outlined a host of obstacles women can face when seeking to escape domestic vio…

Massachusetts police officers asked to leave Puerto Rico after arranging separate humanitarian mission » Mass Live A team of seven Massachusetts police officers providing humanitarian assistance to Hurricane Maria victims in Puerto Rico was suddenly sent home after a miscommunication about a side mission they ran…

'Everywhere I go, all I smell is pot now,' Boston Police Commissioner William Evans says » Mass Live The smell of marijuana is everywhere now, if you ask Boston Police Commissioner William Evans, who opposed the legalization of the controversial substance.…

Bill Evans Defends The Police Department's Purchase Of Drones » WGBH Boston Police Commissioner Bill Evans defended the department's purchase of three drones during an appearance on Boston Public Radio today.…

Domestic Abuse in Massachusetts: In seeking escape, victims face hurdles » Berkshire Eagle

Police chiefs upset over snafu in Puerto Rico » Gazette Net

Mass. Senate holds public hearing on bump stock ban, but no one shows up » Mass Live

State Government

As Outcry Over Sexual Harassment Grows, Focus Shifts to State Legislatures » Governing Hundreds of thousands of women in recent days have turned to social media – many using the hashtag #MeToo – to indicate that they have been sexually assaulted or harassed in the past. Th…

Treasurer Deb Goldberg holds women's 'economic empowerment' workshops in Springfield, Worcester » Mass Live

Taxation

Amazon, Baker administration on friendlier terms in tax dispute » Boston Business Journal The Department of Revenue has demanded that the company hand over the business records of vendors that sell products on its website.…

Transportation

Bay State driver deaths on rise » Boston Herald The death toll on Bay State roads surged to nearly 400 people last year after the largest numerical increase in deadly crashes of any state in the Northeast, fueling cries to tighten what critics call…

State Sen. Lesser Urges Support For East-West Rail Study Ahead Of Public Hearing » New England Public Radio Massachusetts State Sen. Eric Lesser's bid to get an official state study of the prospect of linking Boston and Springfield with high-speed rail service will get a hearing before the Transportation Co…

Handicapped parking fraud could bring steep fines » Salem News Christine Griffin remembers watching a Mercedes pull up to a store and park illegally in the handicapped- accessible spot.…

Driverless cars may be antidote for Boston's bad traffic, report says » Boston Globe A new study — based on testing underway in Boston — predicts driverless cars could cut much of the traffic clogging the city's streets, reduce air pollution, and free up space used for p…

Logan to launch nonstop flights to Brazil next year » Boston Business Journal For the first time ever, Bostonians will be able to fly nonstop from Logan International Airport to Brazil starting next year.…

Malloy Calls For Boston-Springfield Rail Connection To Hartford Line » WAMC

Utilities

Report: Natural Gas Companies Artificially Constrained Supply, Costing New Englanders Billions » WBUR New England electricity customers paid billions of dollars more than necessary over a three-year period, according to a report by a national environmental group.…

Connecticut regulators open investigation on Eversource, Avangrid pipeline practices » Utility Dive The Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) has opened an investigation into allegations of power and gas market manipulation by Eversource and Avangrid, according to a release from t…

State grossly undercounted utility poles for town-owned fiber network, Charlemont officials tell Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito » Mass Live

Report: New England paying more than necessary for its electricity » The Recorder

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Yesterday's Late-Breaking News

Greenfield Fire Chief deployed to assist Puerto Rico hurricane response » WWLP 22

State Sen. Mike Barrett calls for reform to prison 'fine time' » Wicked Local Waltham

MBTA awards rail car contract » Worcester Business Journal

Massachusetts AG reviewing report on Eversource, Avangrid constraining pipelines » Utility Dive

Breed discrimination unfairly driving up homeowner's rates, lawmakers told » State House News Service

Mass. biopharma jobs, investments rose substantially in 2016 » State House News Service

South Coast Rail permits sought for Fall River tracks » Herald News

Viewpoint: Mass.-Israel relationship is strong in cybersecurity, but competition is growing » Boston Business Journal

Eldridge, Hogan vote to ban 'bump stocks' » Wicked Local Lancaster

One Reason for Fatherlessness, Family Breakdowns, Mayhem, and Social Injustice » State House News Service

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Recipe of the Week

Makes 6 Servings

Ingredients

2 pounds razor clams, scrubbed (or substitute littleneck or manila clams)

Salt and pepper, to taste

1 pound spaghetti

8 ounces salt pork or pancetta, cut into ¼-inch cubes

1 onion, halved and thinly sliced

4 garlic cloves, thinly sliced

1 egg

4 egg yolks

¾ cup grated Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese

¼ teaspoon nutmeg

1 tablespoon unsalted butter

½ cup finely chopped flat-leaf parsley

Directions

1. Fill a medium saucepan with ½ inch of water and bring to a boil. Add the clams, cover, and steam for about 8 minutes or until the shells open.

2. Remove from the heat and use a slotted spoon to remove the clams, reserving the liquid in the pot. Discard any clams that do not open. Remove the clams from their shells and coarsely chop the meat (pieces should be about the size of a nickel). Set aside. Strain the clam liquid through a fine-mesh strainer into a large bowl.

3. Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil and add the strained clam liquid. Add the spaghetti and cook about 9 minutes or until al dente. Drain, reserving 1 cup of the cooking water.

4. Meanwhile, heat a large skillet over medium heat. Add the salt pork and saute for about 10 minutes or until the fat has rendered and the pieces of salt pork are browned and crisp. Remove from the pan with a slotted spoon and let drain on a plate lined with paper towels; leave the fat in the pan.

5. Add the onion and garlic to the pan and saute for 5 minutes or until the onion is soft. Add the chopped clams and saute for 2 minutes more, then add the spaghetti and toss until the spaghetti is warmed through and the mixture is well combined.

6. In a small bowl, whisk together the egg, egg yolks, cheese, and nutmeg. Remove the spaghetti from the heat and carefully drizzle in the egg mixture, tossing the noodles as you go to prevent the egg from scrambling, until fully incorporated. Add a splash of the reserved pasta cooking water and toss until the pasta looks silky. Season with salt and a generous amount of pepper, then stir in the butter and parsley. Transfer to a platter or individual bowls and serve warm.



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